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(Barb Boyer Buck / For the Trail-Gazette) “As to what drives me, besides the art itself which seems to be in the DNA, it’s Celtic myth particularly those involving animals so I find myself flipping through pages of Celtic mythology as often as looking at contemporary jewelry art for influence in creating a design.” Duncan strives to make 100-percent handmade pieces. “I do lost wax casting as do most Celtic jewelry artists simply because there is so much time in creating a master, so the only way to make it economical is to reproduce several copies,” he said. “But I try to keep each and every piece unique by also doing the stone cutting, and cutting unique shapes which helps with things like ergonomics (something ignored by so many jewelers) so the pieces, particularly the bracelets are comfortable to wear.” This piece by Duncan incorporates the gold and silver fusing technique and depicts the Celtic myth of the Raven, designed after an ancient pattern uncovered on an artifact at Sutton-Hoo (East Anglia). (Barb Boyer Buck / For the Trail-Gazette) Over the past four years, he’s been exploring using multiple metals, combining bronze, sterling silver, fine silver and 23-karat gold to produce a series he calls “artifacts.” These pieces are not covered in gold, rather the gold is applied using the ancient Korean art of Kum-boo, which fuses pure gold onto silver. http://giannarosscentral.redcarolinaparaguay.org/2017/01/21/whats-necessary-for-methods-for-interview-attire/This gives the impression the piece spent some time “lost or buried, with part of its gilding now missing,” he said. “While I’m certainly happy with these pieces I still feel they are in their infancy and excited to see where they take me over the next few years,” Duncan said. Duncan has been in Estes Park for five years and has established a relationship with Highland Music and Minstrel’s Gifts, located in downtown Estes Park in the Old Church Shops, where he sells his work. Duncan’s silver bracelets are designed ergonomically, to lay around the wrist bone, for comfort. (Barb Boyer Buck / For the Trail-Gazette) “In the past, I’ve done a pretty extensive series of shows, but I’ve cut back dramatically, partially because of the economy, partially because I’m doing 20,000 miles a year plus alone,” he said.
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