Submitted in April of 2006 by his daughter, Normajean (Ulery) MacLeod:
He was the first permanent resident painter of Contemporary, Non-Objective and Cosmic Art in Brown County, Indiana.
During the 1940's, Ulery worked as a mosaicist, muralist and serigraphist on the California WPA Art Project. He was a member of the workshop for Social Art, the Open Circle Gallery of Abstract Artists, and the Council of Allied Artists, Hollywood, California.
He had one-man shows at the Ens Gallery and the American Contemporary Gallery, Hollywood, followed by group shows: The John Decker Gallery, Beverly Hills; Pacifica Center; and The Los Angeles County Museum. In Indiana, he exhibited at the Swopes Gallery, Ball
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