Duncan Lewis is a sculptor and part time teacher living in Rural Hall, NC.
As a self-employed independent studio artist, he has enjoyed success designing, fabricating and installing public and private commissions mainly in Winston-Salem and environs. He received his training in metalworking and casting at The Penland School of Crafts, where he also eventually served as an instructor. He also studied at The New York Studio School in Manhattan, studying with Peter Agostino, among others. Two other teachers played important roles in Duncan’s development as an artist. His grandfather, William Gratwick was a sculptor, who exerted a large influence during Duncan’s teens and twenties. And perhaps most significant of all was the mentorship of Lothar Kestenbaum, a German sculptor under whom he served as an apprentice and studio assistant for a period of over ten years in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
For more information please visit duncanglewis.com.