Isaac Duncan III

Isaac Duncan III

Isaac Duncan III, a Brooklyn, New York native and Afro-Cuban descendant, received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame, certification of  secondary art education from St. Mary’s College, and a recipient of the Lyman T. Johnson Fellowship, from the University of Kentucky, where he completed his Masters of Fine Arts.

Isaac was employed by John Henry Sculptor, Inc. for three years, where he was the crew supervisor, heavy equipment operator and assistant to internationally renown sculptor John Henry. As of  mid-2008, Duncan has opened his own studio, Duncan Sculpture and Services, where he creates large scale sculpture and fabrication projects.  In 2009, Duncan was contracted, by internationally renown artist Robert Stackhouse and Carol Mickett, to fabricate their sculpture  “A Place In The Woods,” for the Hunter Museum of American Art. He is also the curator of the Outdoor Museum of Sculpture at Chattanooga State College.

You can view his work online at www.duncansculpture.com.