Ray Duncan

The production of abstract painting has been a thread running throughout Ray Duncan’s work since the 1960s and has been a consistent part of his practice since then. Talking about his approach to abstract art and his works he says: ‘I use painting as an evolutionary process, mixing colours directly onto the canvas, incorporating chance and accident, taking a series of calculated risks. Throughout the process there is an emotional reaction to the painting, it’s nothing more and nothing less. I carry elements of the real world into the work through observations of colours and shapes that I see in the environment, but I am not bound by the need to make representational images.

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