Art in the Garden 4

Once again we take a wander through the talent at Art in the Garden.

Germination – Bronze
Ana Duncan

Ana Duncan works in bronze and ceramic from her studio in Churchtown, Dublin.

She has exhibited in numerous galleries and exhibitions in Ireland including Royal Hibernian Academy, Royal Ulster Academy, Claremorris Open, Boyle Arts Festival, Sculpture in Context at Fernhill Gardens, the National Botanic Gardens and Art in the Garden in Belfast.

She has taken her work to exhibitions in Belfast, Boston, Britanny, London, Paris, and Scotland. She has been involved in many two and three person exhibitions in the Solomon, Kilcock, Lavit and Greenlane Galleries.  Her two solo exhibitions were hosted by the Mill Cove Gallery in Castletownbere, Co Cork, in 2004 and 2010.

Her Commissions include a life size Mother and Child sculpture for Tallaght Hospital, Dublin. Her work is represented in the collections of the Bank of Ireland, Allied Irish Bank, IFSC collections, Department of Finance and Personnel, Northern Ireland, Morrison Hotel, Tannery Restaurant and several private collections in Ireland USA, UK, Sweden, Spain Portugal and Ireland.

Ana is a member of the organising committee of Sculpture in Context since 2000, and she was successful in bringing the Sculpture in Context annual exhibition to the National Botanic Gardens Dublin. She is also a member of Visual Artists Ireland.

7 thoughts on “Art in the Garden 4

  1. nick

    Ooh, she could do with losing a few inches round the thighs, lol!

    I like that sort of sculpture that plays around with normal shapes and dimensions. It makes you look at things quite differently. Jenny doesn’t like it though, she finds that kind of distortion of the normal rather creepy.

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  2. Grannymar Post author

    Nick – Funny, I saw the female figure emerging from the kernel and never thought of it as thighs. Trust a man to do so.

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  3. Darlene

    I think sculpture adds so much to a garden. I ‘get’ the impression that Ana Duncan was conveying and that’s probably because I am a woman. Is she emerging from a kernel ( I do think you are right, Grannymar) or the womb? I guess you can make your own interpretation.

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  4. Grannymar Post author

    WWW – i am beginning to thnk that I like smooth lines.

    Mayo – You might be using the wrong strain! 😉

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