|Biography from Chroma Gallery:|
|Ursula Brenner creates a diverse array of landscapes and contemporary|
abstracts in pastels, acrylics, and oils, using contrasts in form and
color to underscore emotion in each piece. Using a ‘notan’
study—a Japanese method of examining lights and darks—she focuses on
the fundamental nature of a scene: the values, colors, and
shapes. Her work reflects a wide range of moods, from light and
playful to deep and mysterious.
Brenner received her Bachelor
of Arts degree in Drawing and Painting from Edgecliff College.
She studied with and has been influenced by Wolf Kahn, Susan Sarback,
Dawson, and Albert Handell. She routinely attends painting
direct workshops nationally. She paints full-time in her studio in Cincinnati.
Shows and Exhibitions
2002 Vermont Studio Center
2001 Cypress Show, Tallahassee, FL
2000 Silent Art and Fresh Art; Behringer Crawford Museum, Columbus, OH
Pastel Society of America
2000 Catalog of Living Artists
2002 Pastel Journal
2003 Pastel Journal
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