John Duke is a quite free and unrestrained painter. His style
is mostly challenging to infinity created by his imagination, and to be honest,
it is almost hard for me to understand. What arouses my interest in John's
painting is the light touch of color coordination by his painting brush and his
rich inspiration rather than what is called his nonfigurative
John says that Walt Disney made him choose the painting life when he was 12 years old, then he emigrated to Canada at the age of 28, moving from Toronto to Calgary and Chicago for the next 12 years, at last settled down to the world of arts in Denmark at the age of 40.
Duke's unique, exciting color scheme of rich colors arouses my various imagination, and speaking in a modern manner, I must say it is pastel touch or significant design as if it were spread out in the nature gradually.
"Takuma, I won't stick to the material or painting. I have created a symbol tower in bronze and space monument with steel and stone arranged. I will also design sportwear." The chat party between beer lovers, which I made a rule on my visit Copenhagen, is always endless at the bar in Radisson SAS Royal Hotel.