Matt Devine

A x B #1, 2019
Matt Devine

A x B #1, 2019

Aluminum with powder coat and auto paint

77 x 51 x 34 in

A x B #5, 2019
Matt Devine

A x B #5, 2019

Aluminum with powder coat and concrete base

30 x 18 x 14 in

Brushstrokes 1, 2018
Matt Devine

Brushstrokes 1, 2018

Aluminum with white powder coat

44 x 48 x 8 in

Hope For a Silver Lining #1
Matt Devine

Hope For a Silver Lining #1

Steel with chrome powdercoat

44 x 48 x 6 in

La Breecha #3, 2019
Matt Devine

La Breecha #3, 2019

Corten Steel

83 x 42 x 38 in

Neutra #1, 2019
Matt Devine

Neutra #1, 2019

Aluminum with powder coat

48 x 60 x 9 in

Sir Anthony, 2019
Matt Devine

Sir Anthony, 2019

Steel with powdercoat

36 x 36 in

This Way #4, 2019
Matt Devine

This Way #4, 2019

Aluminum with ultramarine powder coat

48 x 48 in

Amador #3, 2019
Matt Devine

Amador #3, 2019

Aluminum with aztec gold powder coat

48 x 48 x 9 in

Goldendoodle, 2019
Matt Devine

Goldendoodle, 2019

Aluminum with powder coat

54 x 44 x 8 in

Q-Study, 2019
Matt Devine

Q-Study, 2019

steel with yellow powdercoat

17 x 9 x 3.50 in

Sometimes You Can Catch Me Dancing In It, 2016
Matt Devine

Sometimes You Can Catch Me Dancing In It, 2016

Painted Steel

25 x 59 x 6 in

Trial 8, 2010
Matt Devine

Trial 8, 2010

Painted Steel

12 x 60 x 3 in

Unda #4, 2019
Matt Devine

Unda #4, 2019

Steel with chrome powdercoat

24 x 60 x 6 in

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Matt Devine
"The search for harmony and balance is the driving force behind my work...I welcome error in my process, as it is a constant reminder of the trials in life and as an artist." -Matt Devine Matt Devine is a self-taught sculptor working with steel, aluminum and bronze. Born in Salem, Massachusetts in 1975 and raised in New England, Devine moved to San Diego, California in 1995 where he learned how to weld and fabricate metal with his father while working at the La Jolla Playhouse. He moved on to work at various fabrication studios often working with designers and architects, eventually creating his own designs. Functional pieces gave way to non-representational sculptures, which he showed at galleries in San Diego with increasing frequency and success. In 2004 he was able to transition to full time artist. The contrasts of nature and industry, light and shadow, chaos and order are themes found throughout Devine’s body of work. Pared-down organic shapes are formed out of sheet metal and welded together in harmonious patterns making the heavy metal appear as light as paper. These contrasts, plus the relationships of patterns and boundaries, address Devine’s desire to contain chaos and push out the discord of an information-saturated culture. Even the process of welding has become a retreat from cultural noise. Devine’s sculpture is currently on display at highly-regarded fine art galleries across the country. His sculptures can be found in private collections throughout North America and international collections on five continents. Devine has expanded his scope to include design and fabrication of large-scale public works on display in prominent urban settings. Devine currently resides with his wife and daughter in Petaluma, California.
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