I am a multidisciplinary Artist working in Sculpture, Performance, Film and Assemblage. I often work outside of the gallery space and involve the public in the production of my work.


A sense of place is very important to me.


Making work outdoors, embedding a piece in it's environment, utilizing found objects and involving the public are the foundation of my practice.


I aim to make pieces which bring wonder, beauty and humour to the everyday.

Duncan Mckellar


Born Knighton, Wales, 23rd December 1980.


Education - 1999 - 2004 - BA Hons Fine Art - Slade School of Fine Art.


Selected Exhibitions.


2019  -  Creekside Open selected by Sacha Craddock. A.P.T Gallery London.

2018  -  Reflect. The Island Bristol.

2017  -  Both. Edwardian Toilet, Bristol.

2016  -  Empty Your Bags, Create Centre Bristol.

2015  -  Creekside Open selected by Lisa Milroy. A.P.T Gallery, London.


           -  Zeitgeist Open, London.

2013  -  Pantoscope. Movement Gallery, Worcester.

2012  -  Toybox. Trove Gallery, Birmingham.

2011  -  Creekside Open selected by Dexter Dalwood. A.P.T  Gallery, London.


           -  Platform emerging Vyner street Gallery, London.

2010  -  Re Animate – Oriel Davies Gallery, Wales.

2009  -  Moot. Centre for Recent Drawing, London.

2008  -  Aquarium. Centre for Recent Drawing, London.



Film Festivals. 

2019  -  Chandler Film Festival, Arizona.

           -  Beeston Film Festival, Nottingham U.K.

           -  A Show for A Change Festival. Online.




2019  -  Creekside Open winner.

2019  -  A Show For A Change Festival, Creativity Award.

2003  -  Best fancy dress costume (The Million Dollar Giraffe.) Slade School Summer party.


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B24/7 - https://www.bristol247.com/tag/duncan-mckellar/

The New European - https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/brexit-protesters-uses-mirrors-to-send-sos-call-to-europe-1-5977788

Stillpoint Magazine - https://stillpointmag.org/articles/biopolitical-wars-in-the-era-of-the-alt-right/