Featured Artist: Jeremy Duncan!

Fleeting Pinks by Jeremy Duncan   |  Gouache on Paper   |  4″ x 4″

Jeremy Duncan. He paints small paintings, gouache on paper, and they are stunning. Check with him often because his work seems to sell quickly. I’m in love the with the sunrise/sunset paintings as well as his fire studies – they are incredible!

This is a fabulous 4×4″ painting, that sky is WOW, and I love the shapes and colors in the landscape and in the distance. Subtle but, beautiful!

See more of Jeremy’s work via these links:

Website  |  Instagram

Read a bit about Jeremy, from his website:

Jeremy Duncan has spent his life in Northern California surrounded by the varying landscapes that inspire him and his work.

Since his early youth, Jeremy has had an eagerness to express nature honestly in his artwork.  This desire to make good art stayed with him throughout his life until his choice to pursue art as a career led him to eastern Idaho where he studied at Brigham Young University Idaho and learned the importance of fundamental drawing skills, the importance of communication, and the exercise of art elements and design principles to clearly convey artistic representation.  His exposure to the work of renowned artists like Carl Rungius, Edgar Payne, Nicholai Fechin, John Carlson, and John Singer Sargent led him to a practice of painting from life (“en plein air”) for reference.

After graduation, having received an art degree, Jeremy re-located to his native Northern California.  Today Jeremy lives and paints in Amador County and pursues a living as a fine artist.

Catch you back here tomorrow!

All images via DuncanFineArt.com, used with permission…

Images are not for reproduction, they are property of the artist.

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