Gallery One, a co-op art gallery in Ocean View, this week announced that watercolor artist Aubrè Duncan has joined the gallery as a partner.
“Aubrè’s watercolors bring a fresh, new point of view this fine art gallery,” they said. “Aubrè’s art is bright and bold, colorful and contemporary. She paints with a limited palette of three colors; her edges are crisp and clear; shapes are simplified; themes are familiar and whimsical: bikes, beach chairs, boats, dogs in overalls, umbrellas in a field of flowers.”
Duncan attended art school with the intention of becoming a weaver but took courses in drawing, painting, printmaking, clay and glass. She fell in love with all of them. Graduating with a degree in art education, she moved to Vermont, where she taught in public and private high schools and a community college.
During that time she earned her master’s degree in fiber art and started a production weaving studio where she made tapestries and woven material. Her next move was to New Hampshire, where she began her artist life as a watercolorist. That has remained her passion and her professional life since she moved to Delaware 19 years ago. Duncan lives in Ocean View and works out of her home studio.
For more information on Gallery One and each of the artists and artisans, as well as a sampling of their work, visit the website at www.galleryonede.com, which also features articles, a list of classes and the opportunity to sign up for monthly e-blasts. Gallery One is always staffed by one of the artists and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.