Author Archives: Jennifer Duncan

About Jennifer Duncan

I'm a mixed media painter. I am intrigued by colors and textures and how they play together. Lately my work has been concentrated on layering and piecing together painted papers with a focus on abstraction. I work in my home studio and also in a shared studio space with 14 other artists called the "Artists' Atelier". Both are in my village of Great Falls.

Spices and Vinegar

Recently, I have been using inks and fluid acrylics to pour on a first layer of color in my abstract botanical paintings.  I love the idea of using more organic (less toxic) materials to enhance my new, more organic style … Continue reading

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Raw Canvas

A big “thank you” to Marsha Staiger for opening my mind to using raw canvas and Golden high flow acrylics.  In her summer class at the Art League School, the class poured and sprayed and dripped and dropped to our … Continue reading

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So much yellow

Spring in Great Falls was bright this year. So much rain, so much color.  I was born in the spring, and every year when the forsythia and daffodils bloom, I rejoice at new life. This year I have been playing … Continue reading

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This Spring I drove to Hatteras Island to take paintings to Pea Island Gallery.  I have never seen such intense green on the Outer Banks.  I painted and assembled this piece about my trip and just looking at it takes … Continue reading

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Pieced Painting-Ochre

Here we go. New work, new process, new blog! Winter has been long, cold, snowy and somewhat isolating. I needed to try something new. Lately I have had the feeling that I wasn’t getting what I wanted from my acrylic … Continue reading

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