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Richard Hurley Duncan Edit Profile

artist , educator

Richard Hurley Duncan, American artist, educator. Ford Foundation grantee, 1974, 76; National Education Association and South Florida Cultural Consortium grantee, 1985. Member Florida Printmakers (1st vice president since 1999).

Background

Duncan, Richard Hurley was born on February 11, 1944 in Daytona Beach, Florida, United States. Son of Robert W. and Nancy (Hurley) Duncan.

Education

Bachelor, Southern Illinois University, 1966. Master of Fine Arts, Southern Illinois University, 1973. Diploma, Bourguiba Institute, Tunis, Tunisia, 1968.

Career

Teacher, United States Peace Corps, Tunisia, 1966-1968;teacher, Roxana (Illinois) Junior High School, 1968-1970;instructor, University of South, Sewanee, Tennessee, 1973-1978;associate professor, Florida International U., Miami, since 1978. Member Miami International Print Bicentennial, Miami, 1978-1982.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibited in group shows at Florida Atlantic University, 1985, Oklahoma National Print and Drawing Exhibition, Oklahoma City, 1976, Dulin Gallery, Knoxville, Illinois, 1978 (numerous awards), Smithsonian Travelling Exhibition, S.E./Russian Exchange, 1980-1981, Printwork 98 National, Poughkeepsie, New York, Printmaker's 98, Pittsburgh.

Membership

Member Florida Printmakers (1st vice president since 1999).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: writing, drawing, swimming, running, biking.

Connections

Married Sally Louise Braun, September 28, 1968. Children: Alyssa Renee, Joel Alex.

father:
Robert W. Duncan

mother:
Nancy (Hurley) Duncan

spouse:
Sally Louise Braun

children:
Alyssa Renee Duncan

Joel Alex Duncan