Just a few bridges away on Johns Island, John Duckworth quietly works away in his studio, known by friends as The Ranch, where he spends his time cycling, photographing, painting and being a devoted father to his son and partner to the incredible Kelly Jean. On Friday I headed out to spend some time with Duckworth, where chatted about his newest series of mixed media images–see the Buddha below, future plans and how much the art scene in Charleston has changed over the years.
Don’t miss his documentary and more videos below!
Duckworth looking over an Art Institute photography student's portfolio
from the Icons series, left, and new landscape on the right
shot with his iPhone on Wadmalaw Island during one of Duckworth's bike rides
from the Myopic series
Duckworth and his son
from the Landscape Abstracts series
Check out A Day In The Life, a documentary on Duckworth, made by friend and film maker Kevin Harrison, of PDA.
From a recent installation for a client in New York City, shot by Zsolt Haraszati.
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