Annie Duncan’s work draws from personal narrative and examines the objects, patterns, colors, and people that compose her lived experience. The world conveyed in her paintings and sculptures oscillates between dream and reality, with one foot in each. She explores themes like intimacy and evolving notions of femininity, lingering on the subjects that accumulate to form an archive of emotive, everyday moments.

Annie is a painter and sculptor from San Francisco, where the light and colors of the landscape have always inspired her. She has worked as a teaching artist in residence at The Oxbow School, printmaking teacher at The Putney School Summer Arts in Putney, Vermont, and an emerging fellow at Gallery Route One in Point Reyes Station, CA. She received a BA from Vassar College in 2019, with a major in Urban Studies and a minor in Studio Art. She is currently pursuing an MFA at the California College of the Arts.

Find more of Annie's work: