• Salida
    • Mixed Media, acrylic and photo on Panel
    • 42" x 60"
    • La Paz
    • Mixed Media, acrylic and photo on Panel
    • 42" x 60"
    • Schoolhouse Baja
    • Mixed Media, acrylic and photo on Panel
    • 36" x 84"
    • Cabo Pulmo
    • Mixed Media, acrylic and photo on Panel
    • 42" x 84"
    • Lido Scotland
    • Mixed Media, acrylic and photo on Panel
    • 24" x 60"
    • Calco Plant
    • Photograph and Paint on Panel
    • 7' x 4'
    • Mesa Verde
    • Photograph and Paint on Panel
    • 18" x 18"
    • Commerce City
    • Mixed Media on Panel
    • 36" x 80"
    • SOLD
    • The Homestead
    • Mixed Media on Panel
    • 36" x 60"
    • SOLD
    • Grain Elevator
    • Mixed Media on Panel
    • 28" x 80"
    • SOLD
    • Mesa Verda
    • Mixed Media on Panel
    • 36" x 80"
    • Bean Elevator
    • Mixed Media on Panel
    • 27" x 80"
    • SOLD
    • The Sheds
    • Mixed Media on Panel
    • 26" x 80"
    • SOLD

Artist Statement

I find beauty in abandoned places.
I am drawn to architecture often dilapidated, run down or lost.
I am drawn to the simple beauty of geometric shapes created by light and shadows.
I like the contrast of nature and architecture, the contrast of colors and textures, hard and soft, of past and present, living and dead.
I like the fish eye perspective that photography can lend to a simple structure and how that combined with the scale of the pieces can draw the viewer in. By mixing the photography with painting I can sharpen or soften as I wish to create a strange illusion of real and unreal.

Artist Bio

Graeme Duncan grew up in Scotland and has lived in Denver for the past fifteen years. He studied and earned his BA at Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland. He has exhibited his work at gallery’s throughout Scotland and England including the Royal Academy for Arts in Edinburgh and for the last fifteen years has shown his work at Space Gallery in Denver.