British artist Dor Duncan is based in the London borough of Richmond. Dor's work includes portraits, landscapes and imaginative compositions, and ranges from interpretations of the visible, natural world to more transcendental and ambiguous works, exploring the unconscious, myth, separation, time and eternity.
The use of transparent colour glazes, and the emergence and dissolution of figures, shapes and the laws of perspective, create movement and ambiguity within the stillness of the two-dimensional media.
Dor attaches great importance to the selection of durable, high quality materials . Many of the paints used in Dor's works are individually mixed, using egg yolks, essential oils of spike lavender and poppies, and mineral and plant pigments.