Artist Spotlight: Devon Pryce
cinematic themes. His work explores issues of anxiety, the mundane
Devon Pryce is an emerging artist currently working and living in Toronto. He completed his BFA in Drawing and Painting from OCAD University.
Devon’s work incorporates painting, digital concepts, and cinematic themes. His work explores issues of anxiety, the mundane and displacement. Devon is interested in the mechanisms humans use to manipulate their surroundings, and the influence that those measures have on the psyche.
Velcro, Devon Pryce
We're Not Out of the Woods Yet, Devon Pryce
Still Life with Flowers, Devon Pryce
Closet Full of Clothes I Will Never Wear, Devon Pryce
His paintings involve experimental renderings of people, places and objects that carry cognitive weight, and are rendered using a thin application of oil paint that allows for an atmospheric and watery quality in the painting. By a process that
often crosses digital media with oil painting, the narrative subject matter exists in balanced space between fabrication and reality.
Devon Pryce's work can be found here: