Canadian Rhapsody in Blue and more art by Jules Vaisberg

Canadian Rhapsody in Blue
24 x 18 inch (h x w)
CAD 1 300
Oil on board
for sale

Artist Statement
I often ask myself - why do I create art? The answer is always the same. I cannot
imagine my life without it. The process of creation is mysterious and wonderful. Some artists love painting still life, portraits, abstracts, landscapes, nudes, nature, and many other beautiful and not so beautiful things that surround us and make our lives
sometime very trying, sometime incredibly happy, and always interesting.
In my art, I love painting it all. But not in that order or separately. I love to tell a story. I love to combine, synthesize, press and force together sometimes incompatible
elements, colors, imaginary sounds, and emotions into some previously unseen
imagery, that may, in its eruption, convey something unusual, at times strange, and at times wonderful to contemplate. When the story is told, the closure brings satisfaction, and a bit of sadness.

Artist Bio
As a self-taught artist, professional engineer and a musician, Jules have developed his artistic ideas by synthesizing precise engineering concepts with the limitless possibilities of abstract forms, surrealistic images and musical symbols. The images are set in the stage-like space, resonating with imaginary sounds. His interests are also include portraiture, landscapes and still life. His paintings are primarily executed in oils. Jules is also passionate about working with brass and copper - his embossings can be seen on his website.
Born and raised in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Immigrated to Canada in 1973 and now residing with his family in Mississauga, Ontario.
His work has been exhibited in Montreal, Miami, Toronto, and Mississauga and acquired by private and institutional/professional practices collections. He is a member of VAM and the Mississauga Art Society (MAS).

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