Duke Windsor

Duke Windsor
Portrait by: Gene Sasse 2012

Ever since his childhood Windsor has been drawn by arts and music. Creative endeavors permeate his soul. Art is his “dharma”, his purpose in life, so in 1986, Windsor opened his first art studio in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. Since then he has developed his art throughout a wide range of subject matter and media. He has produced a variety of commissioned and historical pieces in different media including oils, acrylic, watercolors and lino-cut block prints.

Windsor’s Urban-scapes have been exhibited and received awards at numerous juried exhibitions, group shows and corporate venues in San Diego and Southern California. His works are held in many private collections throughout the U.S. and Europe. His award-winning, representational urban scenes, which began in 1999, became the basis of his successful series of Urban-scapes and is directly connected to his newest series of works. Windsor has been developing his creative abilities experimenting with new techniques and media. Recently he has made a major shift in a series of groundbreaking non-representational works and methods. Adding to his continued growth, Windsor is still embarking on new works and entering new territories of experimentation in print making, sculpture and works on paper.

Caldera 2010 | 36x36 Acrylic | 23.13.08
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