“In every creative endeavor, she is unique and experimental: two qualities that are evident in her art today.”
Ula Einstein’s work is, in a word, ephemeral. While it looks impressive in photos, they are also somewhat deceptive by failing to capture its intricacies: filmy layers, delicate threading, fine surface slices or topography-like depth. If you have the pleasure to view her work in person, it beckons you to move closer, to reach out and touch…
President of Tiffany & Co. interviewed, gives testimonial of Ula Einstein's Work
and its translation – is here…The President of Tiffany & Co had an extensive interview in Italian Life Style Magazine, where he names NYC based artist Ula Einstein as one of his two favorite artists appreciated by he and his wife, and whose works he has purchased. He was interviewed by Alessandra Farkas, US Correspondent for Corriere della Serra in 2008.
interview with President of Tiffany & Co., includes a testimonial for Einstein
Scrutiny – diptych, drawing with thread on tarlatan, layered
For the month of February some of my drawings with thread on tarlatan, and drawings with fire and sculpture will be here:
TRANSCENDING HISTORY: Moving Beyond the Legacy of Slavery and The Holocaust. Vivant Art Gallery, Philadelphia, PA curators: Jane Golden, Laura Kruger, Pier Marton, Florcy Morisset, Michelle Joan Wilkinson, Ph.D