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Jules Deitcher


Canada

9 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Jules Deitcher

Starlight Starbright

2021

61 x 77cm

6350,00 €

Landscape

2021

61 x 77cm

6350,00 €

Oceanscape

2021

61 x 77cm

6350,00 €

Volcanic Earthscape

2021

41 x 51cm

4000,00 €

On Fire

2021

41 x 51cm

4000,00 €

Sky Blues

2021

41 x 51cm

4000,00 €

Deep Blue Sea

2021

51 x 61cm

5000,00 €

Autumn Forest

2021

41 x 51cm

4000,00 €

Among the Stars

2021

41 x 51cm

4000,00 €

Biography:

Jules Deitcher was born and raised in Montréal, Canada and was active in the vibrant

and thriving art scene there, which provided her with great opportunities to consistently exhibit her art. Deitcher studied studio arts and art history and graduated with a master’s degree in Fine Arts from Concordia University in Montréal, Canada.

Deitcher also had the opportunity to live in New Mexico and was very influenced by the colours and the landscape there. Living in the desert was immensely beneficial to her painting in that it forced a consideration of a new reality with different colours, ways of thinking and expression through paint.

Deitcher calls Vancouver, British Columbia home and has for quite a while. In Vancouver, the focus is on nature, which is wonderfully inspiring. Mountains as well as the ocean and its fluidity, shapelessness, with open and seemingly endless boundaries are seen almost everywhere with colours of the air and sky that are constantly changing.

Exhibition & Art fairs (selection):

The artist participated in several national and international exhibitions, including in Canada, Italy and the USA.

The artist about her work:

“I am inspired by nature: the mountains, ocean, sky, day, and night. From mountains, I explore the interplay between shadow and light, shape, line and colour. The mountains are abstract yet figurative. The ocean is ambiguous—everchanging, fluid, shapeless and open. The sky’s brightness and intensity, cycles of night and day in continuous flux, and the colours of our world all influence how I see.”

“Layers upon layers of lush acrylic with iridescent mica interweave form and abstraction. The resultant interplay of light, texture, and colour offer a rich haven for the imagination. The viewer is drawn in to enter and explore the inherent relationship and dialogue between substance and surface. Forms are blended yet distinct; pushed and pulled, creating ebb and flow.”