PHOTOREALISM 3D NEW AGE ARTFORM
Richard Devonshire’s unique approach using the latest technology and traditional skills to develop his art was one reason for being selected and represented as our ICAS portfolio of gallery artists. We will follow his work closely to update you in our future monthly exhibition, both online and at our location gallery based in Letchworth.
Artists have always been among the first to reflect on the culture and technology of their time. From the 1990s to the early 21st century, the digital medium has undergone technological developments of unprecedented speed moving from the “digital revolution” into the social media era.
UK-based artist Richard Devonshire utilizes cutting-edge technology to give a modern interpretation of fine art photography, painting, sculpture, and drawing.
Richard’s creative process involves textured 3d models, virtual cameras, and lighting systems that mimic real-world settings and characteristics. In contrast, the work suggests a form of Photorealism their visual qualities also radically different from that of photography and lends to a heightened level of detail, implying unlimited possibilities.
Richard’s underlining theme about his work is to create a body of work that focuses on nature and its relationship with mathematics which informs us of our view of the world.
2019 – Chester Cathedral, Chester UK (Visual Art Open –the UK and International) Title: ”Swarm Intelligence”.
2019 – Royal Academy Summer Exhibition London, UK (Showcasing two works: Title: “Artificial Intelligence” and “The Language of Bees”).
2019 – ICAS Fine Art, Letchworth Garden City, UK.
2019 – Art box Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland
2018 – Stricoff Fine Art Gallery, New York. USA
2018 – Chester Cathedral, Chester UK (Visual Art Open –the UK and International Emerging Artist Awards).
2017 Saatchi Gallery, London UK (on Screen as part of the ongoing exhibition)
Honeybees are disappearing globally at an alarming rate due to pesticides, parasites, disease and habitat loss. If these little insects that help provide so much of the food chain we eat were to varnish, what would we do without them?
Ants have something to teach us about how nature works. Any system whose behaviour arises from the interactions of its components has something in common with ant colonies. Using ants and other social insects as models, computer scientists have developed software agents that cooperate to solve complex problems, such as the rerouting of traffic in a busy telecom network or the internet.
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Sunil Vilas call: +44 (0)1462 677455 or email: Sunil@vilasart.co.uk
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