Richard Devereux

Richard Devereux

Richard Devereux’s work makes no reference to the outside world it is both narrative-free and self-sufficient, consequently, a meditative quality emerges offering visual experiences that are both nourishing and contemplative. His work is held in numerous private, national and international collections including: The Sackner Archive, USA; The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art; Siena Art Institute, Italy; Tate Gallery Library, London; Tsukuba Dojo, Japan; The Usher Gallery, Lincoln; Van Abbemuseum, Holland; Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada and Yorkshire Sculpture Park. He has maintained a studio in the City of Lincoln for thirty six years.

“The work continually evolves, the work carries me – it knows far more than I do – I’m simply a facilitator”. Richard Devereux

OTHER PLACES (III), 2015, pigment dispersal on panel, 25.5 x 17.0 x 3.8 cm

OTHER PLACES (IV), 2015, pigment dispersal on panel, 25.5 x 17.0 x 3.8 cm

DISPERSAL (II), 2013, pigment dispersal on Polymex archival sheet mounted on 100% cotton fibre, framed and glazed, 51.0 x 66.0 cm

DISPERSAL (III), 2013, pigment dispersal on Polymex archival sheet mounted on 100% cotton fibre, framed and glazed, 51.0 x 66.0 cm

IT’S THE DREAM WE CARRY WITH US (After Olav H. Hauge), 2015, aqueous polyester and pigment dispersal on panel, 121.0 x 162.5 x 5.0 cm

THIS IS NOW – turquoise (III), 2010, pigment dispersal on 100% cotton fibre, framed and glazed, 108.5 x 72.5 cm 36.6 cm

HIS IS NOW – turquoise (VI), 2010, pigment dispersal on 100% cotton fibre, framed and glazed, 108.5 x 72.5 cm 36.6 cm

 


Courtesy of the Artist
Richard Devereux
www.richarddevereux.com

Courtesy of the gallery
Tarpey Gallery
'CONTINUOUS NOW'
November 14 - December 20, 2015

 

 

 

 

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