David Scher makes figurative images that are somewhere between everyday scenes and surreal fantasies. He was already drawing before he could talk, and by the age of four he said he was an artist.
His drawing and paintings are very diverse. He draws on paper, cardboard and cloth. He works with pencil, ink, acrylic, watercolor, and mixes different media. The sizes can vary widely, from A4 paper to cloth several metres long. The images are imaginary, utterly absurd sometimes, but always drawn in a distinctive figurative style. Sometimes his style is realistic and sometimes it is more impressionistic. Scher draws delicately, but never with big gestures. Despite the diversity of his work, his hand is very recognizable.