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Jean Duncan RUA

A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, Jean Duncan studied printmaking at Ulster Polytechnic Art and Design Centre. Her paintings and prints have been widely exhibited in Ireland, the UK and internationally. In 1994 The Protecting Veil, her series of etchings and projected images based on the music by John Taverner, was commissioned by the Goldberg Ensemble and presented and performed at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. In 2002 Duncan and the composer, Deirdre McKay, worked in collaboration on The Fly at the Old Museum Arts Centre, Belfast, based on William Blake's Songs of Experience. In 2005 they have collaborated again on A Pale Yellow Sky at The Naughton Gallery, Queen's University, Belfast.

Past Graphic Studio Gallery Exhibitions:
» 2010 Little Christmas
» 2008 Little Christmas
» 2007 Off the Wall

Recent Solo Exhibitions:
» 2007 A Pale Yellow Sky and Reflections on a Visit to Japan, Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
» 2006 A Pale Yellow Sky, The Guiness Gallery, Foxrock, Co. Dublin, Ireland
» 2005 A Pale Yellow Sky, The Naughton Gallery, Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
» 2003 Beyond the High Atlas, The Guinness Gallery, Foxrock, Dublin, Ireland
» 2002 Compulsion Doth in Music Lie, Wexford Opera Festival, The Arts Centre, Wexford, Ireland
» 2002 The Fly, Old Museum Arts Centre, Belfast, Northern Ireland
» 2001 In Stillness and Heat, The Guinness Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

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