Introducing Ian Robertson Duncan and his quiet, contemplative icons ... wood panels bearing rich surfaces; traces of text, hand rubbing, incised lines, and layers of pigment. > > Gallery Slide Show See this work at the artist's studio and new gallery space on the lower east side tonight! Details below.
Skin (Angel). 20 x 16. Pigment, oil, egg, and skin glue on panel. 2007
"Ian Robertson Duncan is an artist who works with paint, wood, words, fire, and now with the launch of Winged Way, modes of exchange like capitalism and karmic return. He came to New York in 2001 by way of Virginia, Kentucky, New Hampshire, the Rockies, the Sierras, and New Mexico’s high desert." See this work -- and the spectacular studio/gallery where they are made, TONIGHT at: Winged Way, 273 Grand Street, 4E. NYC. Reception, Thursday, 6 – 8p.m.. Gallery hours open Wed – Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Inquiries? Please contact the artist directly via email. Know any artists whose work would make a home a lovelier place? Send ideas to The Gallery. Thanks!
Shroud (Thumbing) 20 x 24. Pigment, oil, egg, and skin glue on panel. 2007