Interview: I think about skin…the tactile

JUNE 2016 INTERVIEW – process, influences, and other things you didn’t know about me

“I think about skin, the tactile connection between our interior and exterior. What touches us before we have language for it…”
Ula Einstein, NYC

RealArtMuse impressed with Ula Einstein’s work

In the studio all weekend….When I came up for air, food, and connecting, was delighted to read this about my fine art from #lobbyartcurator Cindy Farkas “Visited Ula’s Studio – was very impressed w/the caliber and diversity of her work” –  Thank you Cindy!

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endorsement, testimonial, public art work, private art commissions

3 details of 3 works, Ula Einstein, NYC

Feature: ‘Brilliant Works of Ula Einstein’

#Art and #Artists : The Brilliant Works of Ula Einstein

January 2016 by Maria Kazalia  **I’ve been thinking about Ula Einstein’s art over the past several months…and my impression is that her artworks are simultaneously detailed and minimal. It can become something of a conundrum thinking about this dichotomy. Yet that’s what stays with me–her various weighty and airy paper works so complexly patterned….the color in the artist’s mixed media originals and prints contain an illusion that they are free-floating … 

nyc artist, mixed media, multi-disciplinary, painting, color,

nyc artist, mixed media, contemporary art, works on paper

2015 In-depth Interview

Pleased to share the March In-depth INTERVIEW

My sensibility is that of a builder. Chance, control and uncertainty are collaborative elements in exploring the potential of tools and materials beyond their original function. Surfaces, alluding to skin, artifacts, topographies, are the tactile connection between the interior and exteriorI’m interested in what is not readily apparent; my frequent experience that things are not as they first appear.  I think about the human condition, in motion, beauty, and creative tensions
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Scales ©Ula Einstein from Hybrid In(ter)vention

Scales ©Ula Einstein
from Hybrid In(ter)vention