Born and raised in Scotland, Chloe Duncan spent her formative years surrounded by whimsical and mysterious landscapes.
Chloe attended an all-girls high school where she was awarded an art scholarship and delved into her passion for pen and ink drawings. Constantly sketching the world surrounding her, she found that pen and ink portrayed the rawness and mysterious character of nature she loves. Her mother, Perri Duncan, a well-known watercolourist, has been a major inspiration and teacher to Chloe, assisting in training through Chloe's transition into light watercolour washes.
Chloe maintains her unique style by using a dipping pen with dipping ink because of the irregularities this method produces. Artist Arthur Rackham from the early 1900s has also inspired the Victorian, antique look in Chloe's work.
Chloe Duncan now resides in a small town in Nevada and travels to participate in Fine Art Shows throughout the West. Her approach to watercolours is fresh and light, and Chloe's collectors often say her work takes them away momentarily to another land.
Framed, limited edition, signed gicleé prints of Chloe's work are now available at Essential Art Gallery.