Ana Duncan is an accomplished artist who hails from Churchtown, Dublin. Her expertise lies in working with bronze and ceramic, which she passionately manipulates in her studio to create exceptional pieces of art. Ana's works have been showcased extensively across Ireland, as well as in other parts of the world such as the UK, USA, and France, where she has gained a substantial following.
Throughout her career, Ana has always been drawn to the female form, often exploring its various shapes, forms, and textures. Her unique approach to exaggerating and manipulating the female figure has earned her comparisons to the likes of Henry Moore, Botero, Picasso, and FE McWilliam. Yet, she remains unapologetically unique in her approach, often incorporating the simplicity of Brancusi's work to create a one-of-a-kind aesthetic.
Ana's portfolio includes several public sculptures, including her two breathtaking 2.5m high sculptures, 'Storm IV' and 'Curved Looped Form,' which are located in Suzhou Centre, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China. Her other notable works include a life-size 'Mother and Child' sculpture commissioned for Tallaght Hospital, Dublin.
Ana's artistic journey has been a captivating one, and her works have left an indelible mark on the art world. With her unique approach to form, texture, and technique, she continues to inspire and awe her audiences with every piece she creates.