Vincent Devine

Vincent Devine

Vincent Divine pushes the boundaries of pictorial representation through an exploration of memory, nostalgia, and identity. He seeks to find answers to the subconscious undertones that have always informed his work yet eludes understanding on a conscious plane. With his series “Ambigutree” he plays with the symbolic nature of his work. The hidden shapes in the trees engage the viewer, asking to search and spend time on the paintings for longer. The reward for standing and allowing the painting to occupy your mental and physical space then gives the visual reward that there are more to these “trees” than meets the eye with the shapes becoming apparent after a time.

Vincent Devine lives and works in Tullamore, in the midlands of Ireland. ...

Vincent Divine pushes the boundaries of pictorial representation through an exploration of memory, nostalgia, and identity. He seeks to find answers to the subconscious undertones that have always informed his work yet eludes understanding on a conscious plane. With his series “Ambigutree” he plays with the symbolic nature of his work. The hidden shapes in the trees engage the viewer, asking to search and spend time on the paintings for longer. The reward for standing and allowing the painting to occupy your mental and physical space then gives the visual reward that there are more to these “trees” than meets the eye with the shapes becoming apparent after a time.

Vincent Devine lives and works in Tullamore, in the midlands of Ireland. Beginning his painting practice in 2008, Vincent started to paint independently while studying for his BA in Visual Communications. After his unique “Portraiture” series, his work has been lauded internationally by a variety of celebrities, some of which include Shakira, Will.I.am, Alanis Morissette and J.K Rowling, to name a few. He was commissioned by Tyra Banks, Roisin Murphy, Iggy Azalea and had his work featured on Madonna’s “Rebel Heart Tour”. With his “Ambigutree” series, he garnered an extensive client list. Today, he is one of Ireland’s rising talents.  

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