Several of my works are FEATURED on ARTSY  – October 13 – 27, 2016


“everything we touch leaves a change” –  Ula Einstein

With a gesture, drawing out, and layering, material and process, revelatory of each other; making is part of the content. Drawn to the potential of tools and materials beyond their original function, my practice is inspired by chance, control and uncertainty.
The particular works on ARTSY are available only through Spotteart.com
who is featuring my work for the next 3 months!
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C u r r e n t s II – detail ©Ula Einstein

What Kate sees…Art feature

Thank you Kate for discovering my work online and blogging about it!
“Upon investigation, Ula’s delicate works on paper are completely captivating.” 
So many things you can see in these pieces made simply from…
FEATURED: My drawings with fire and bladecuts.
Over Time, detail ©Ula Einstein

Over Time, detail ©Ula Einstein


President of Tiffany’s favors Einstein


Translation: The President of Tiffany & Co – who first saw my work in Line, Gesture, Space, in 2008,  before coming to a studio visit,  had an extensive interview in Italian Life Style Magazine.  Mr. Quinn names NYC based artist Üla Einstein as one of the two favorite artists appreciated by he and his wife, and whose works they collect.  The six-page interview is by Alessandra Farkas, US Correspondent for Corriere della Serra.


Ignite Dormant Creativity

threaded text message ©Ula Einstein

CREATIVITY IS INTRINSIC TO WHO WE ARE…try it on:  Explore and experiment, recover and discover; stay healthy and vital as  a result of following your creative urges, instincts and impulses!

“Living a life of innovation needs no justification, but there are plenty of good reasons — both pragmatic and otherwise — to do so.

“The link between creativity and better mental and physical health is well established by research. Creating helps make people happier, less anxious, more resilient and better equipped to problem-solve in the face of hardship.”

Tony Wagner, Innovation Education Fellow at Harvard’s Technology & Entrepreneurship Center ~~   “We must work very hard to listen to ourselves, because the distractions continue to multiply.”

FOR MORE ON the importance to awaken and ignite dormant creativity – read on…http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/25/health/enayati-innovation-passion-stress/index.html

**Rates for one-on-one coaching and/or and a 7 weeks to Creativity group program are discussed when we connect over phone or Skype


Culture: Labiennale TV Featured Artist

*…and a
FEATURE / INTERVIEW about my process and work — 2011
The video offers a partial glimpse and talk about my expanded art practice…

Ula Einstein stopped for coffee on the way to the Robert Miller Gallery for opening

Ula Einstein stopped for coffee on the way to the Robert Miller Gallery for opening

I met the vibrant Italian women ( producer, and photographer) in NYC, from labiennale tv in 2010 where they first saw my work at an exhibition in NYC.
Returning to NYC in 2011, they called to feature my work in their documentation about culture in NYC.