Super Xiao Ma

Duncan, aka Super Xiao Ma, is a spiritual artist who creates works based on personal experiences and as a reaction to an emotional reflection on events he experiences. Please have a look at his work below or visit the gallery to learn more.

 

No 19, From The Underground Design Folio X
No 19, From The Underground Design Folio X
No 19, From The Underground Design Folio X
No 19, from The Underground Design Folio X, Limited ediiton thermograph print, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi
£235.00
Bowl of Peppers
Bowl of Peppers
Bowl of Peppers
Bowl of Peppers, Limited Edition Screenprint, Emily Gillmor
£185.00
Subterranean Cistern- London
Subterranean Cistern- London
Subterranean Cistern- London
The impressive symmetry of a brick Victorian subterranean cistern located below Finsbury Park in north London.
£260.00
Afternoon Light (framed)
Afternoon Light (framed)
Afternoon Light (framed)
Afternoon Light, original textile work by local artist Kate Findlay
£1 070.00
Apple, Avocado, Watermelon
Apple, Avocado, Watermelon
Apple, Avocado, Watermelon
'Apple, Avocado, Watermelon', watercolour and pastel, Mary Louise Coulouris
£560.00

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£100.00

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About the Artist

Super Xiao Ma, is a self-taught artist with a focus on abstract painting, drawing, sculpture and street art.

Since a young age, the Berkshire born artist has been involved in art making and was nurtured throughout childhood to harness creative energy by observing a number of contemporary masters at work in their studios. In the late 90's, this passion was further honed delving into London's Street Art scene.

​Duncan has since adopted the nom de plume 'Super Xiao Ma' when travelling around China as a reflection of his ethos and approach to life and his artistic expression.

'Art I create is done so in the spirit of communicating a reaction to the environment around me.'