Richard Devonshire was born in Hertfordshire, England, in 1965.

Artists have always been among the first to reflect on the culture and technology of their time. Since the 1990’s 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 uses cutting edge technology to give a modern interpretation of fine art photography, painting, sculpture and drawing. He is creating a body of work which focuses on nature and its relationship with mathematics."Richard Devonshire was awarded the Gold Medal in the Digital Art category of the Art Folio Award of 2021" Richard’s creative process involves creating textured 3d models, virtual cameras and lighting systems that mimic real world settings and characteristics. While the work suggests a form of photorealism their visual qualities also radically differ from that of photography and lends to a heightened level of detail implying unlimited possibilities.


2021 Art Folio Publication Annual Gold award for “Separation”

2020 Letchworth Open Exhibition- Letchworth Broadway Gallery. Letchworth Garden City UK ( Showcasing "A Beautiful Thought" ).

2019 VAO19 Overall Winner Exhibition at Chester Arts Fair, Chester, UK (Visual Art Open - UK and International Emerging Artist Award ) - Finalist: Showcasing "Swarm Intelligence".

2019 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. London UK ( Showcasing two works: "The Language of Bees and "Artificial Intelligence" ).

2019 ICAS Fine Art Letchworth Garden City. UK

2019 Artbox Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland. (Showcasing "Collective Intelligence" on screen ).

2018 Chester Cathedral Chester, UK ( Visual Art Open - UK and International Emerging Artist Award - Highly Commended category. Showcasing "Exoskeleton" ).

2018 Stricoff Fine Art Gallery, New York, USA ( Showcasing "Map of Memories" on screen).

2017 London International Creative Competition. Finalist Showcasing five works "Fibonacci Sphere I-5"

2017 Saatchi Gallery, London UK ( On screen as part of an ongoing exhibition. Showcasing "Crown of Thorns" )