Jules Sher

Jules  Sher
Art is a continuous journey in an attempt to discover the unexpected. As a landscape painter living in Western Australia, it is impossible not to be affected by the fierce light, intense colour, immense space and endless horizons of this extraordinary and varied landscape. Through filtered memory I reassemble a range of images carefully striking a balance between realism and abstraction. A constant throughout my work is the strictly parallel horizon line. Experience gained from flights over the landscape, and journeys inland enables me to approach the landscape from two points of view – the illusion of distance beyond the horizon, in contrast to the aerial view of the solid field-like frontality of the landscape below the horizon line. This duality is essential to my visual approach. The addition of elements of light at a certain time of day, clouds, shadows, dust, rain, wind or mist add atmosphere and mood to the works and are an integral part of my imagery. Over the
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Jules  Sher Aerial Landscape - Mid-afternoon

Aerial Landscape - Mid-afternoon
- Oil on Canvas
111 x 101 cm
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Jules  Sher Aerial Landscape - Mid-afternoon
Aerial Landscape - Mid-afternoon
Oil on Canvas  
111 x 101 cm
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Jules  Sher Aerial Landscape - First Light
Aerial Landscape - First Light
Oil on Canvas  
111 x 101 cm
7,750
Jules  Sher Afternoon Haze
Afternoon Haze
Oil on Canvas  
111 x 101 cm
7,750
Jules  Sher Orange Field and Umber Earth
Orange Field and Umber Earth
Oil on Canvas  
111 x 106 cm
7,750
Jules  Sher Rising Dust over Wheatfield
Rising Dust over Wheatfield
Oil on Canvas  
111 x 101 cm
7,750
Jules  Sher Yellow Landscape at Noon
Yellow Landscape at Noon
Oil on Canvas  
111 x 101 cm
7,750
Jules  Sher Approaching Rain - Broome Coastline
Approaching Rain - Broome Coastline
Oil on Canvas  
111 x 101 cm
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Jules  Sher Sunset Shadow
Sunset Shadow
Oil on Canvas  
111 x 101 cm
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