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Large Lounger Print

Duncan Sherwood-Forbes

United States

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This work is the pinnacle of my recent exploration into minimal seated forms - from the hundreds of works I created in the second half of 2023, this is one of two that I considered worthy of blowing up to large scale.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:9 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:14.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in

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"There is nothing that says more about its creator than the work itself." - Akira Kurosawa, Something Like an Autobiography, 1983 But if you want to know more, here ya go: Duncan Sherwood-Forbes is a Los Angeles-based multimedia artist and designer specializing in linear metal sculpture and continuous line drawing. Duncan uses sinuous curving line to animate his abstract portraits and figurative work, pulling inspiration from modern and contemporary art as well as graffiti, craft, and outsider art. His work has been featured in galleries around the country and is owned in private collections around the world. An atypical learner and autodidact, Duncan's obsession with art began in his early childhood in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Regularly attending programs at the nearby DeCordova museum, Duncan built his artistic skills throughout childhood and early teenage years. He first began creating wire sculpture at 15 after being given a copy of Calder’s Circus by an instructor at the Putney School for the Arts in Vermont. Duncan fell in love with the ability of wire to draw in space, and his career as a wire sculptor was born. Duncan attended the art-focused Concord Academy for high school and continued attending the Putney School for the Arts' summer intensive program yearly, where he learned to weld and work with glass. In 2006 at the age of 17, Duncan began showing his work at the Featherstone Gallery's summer art market on Martha's Vineyard, and had his first two-person juried group show in Concord, Massachusetts. After a gap year spent studying architecture and language in Barcelona and taking classes at Mass Art, he went on to study sculpture and psychology at prestigious midwestern university in 2009. He continued selling his wire work while in college despite the complaints of his university professors, showing at small galleries as well as participating in a juried art fair highlighting craft at the St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum. Due to disagreements with the art school faculty, Duncan withdrew in 2013 shortly before graduation and returned home to Massachusetts. Here he began work as a docent at the Institute of Contemporary Art where he created and led gallery talks for visitors while continuing to refine and sell his wire work, with a focus on portraiture. Duncan fell deep into alcoholism during this time, and he underwent treatment in 2014 for alcoholism and PTSD from childhood trauma.

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