Duncan Simcoe, M.F.A.

Program Lead, Fine Art
Professor of Fine Art

Duncan received his MFA from Cal State Long Beach in 1987.  Since 1989, Duncan has been producing an ongoing series of narrative paintings based on the story of Abraham and Ishmael in the Book of Genesis.  His latest “Ishmael” series has the one-legged black mannequin as the centerpiece in Civil War battle scenes that are culled from The Golden Book of the Civil War.

Duncan’s work has been exhibited in several galleries around the world including: Daniel Arvizu Gallery, Santa Ana; Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach; John Thomas Gallery, Santa Monica; Horner Gallery, Gordon College, Wenham MA; ARTSPACE Gallery; John Thomas Gallery; Laguna Beach Museum; Cathedral of St. George, Jerusalem, Israel; Los Angeles Municipal Museum; Vatican Collection of Modern Art, Rome; Queens College, Cambridge, UK and Bode Museum, Berkeley, CA.


M.F.A., Drawing / Painting, California University State at Long Beach
B.A., Studio Art, California Baptist University