Eva Ullrich is a landscape artist who's work leans more towards abstraction. Her experience of landscape has always been a starting point for her work.
Recently Eva has gained inspiration from research trips travelling to remote locations in arctic Norway and Iceland and the very particular qualities of light that occur there.
In the studio she is concerned with the physicality of the process, experimenting with diverse and dynamic mark making. Using paintings inherent language, Eva is able to simplify her work to create bold, confident pieces that capture the essence of specific places, or natural events with great atmosphere and a submersive quality.
Ultimately she is interested in the comparison between this meditative space available to the viewer and being surrounded by nature itself.
BA (first class Hons) Painting and Printmaking, The Glasgow School of Art
Alberta College of Art and Design
Top 100 - The Auction Collective - June 2021
Enter the Abstract - The Auction Collective - November 2020
UNTAMED - Tatha Gallery, Scotland 2020
STRATA - Curated by VirginiaVisualArts - Fitzrovia Gallery, London 2019
The Auction Collective, The Crossover, Candid Arts Trust, London - Oct 2019
Landlines, The Wilderness Art Collective, Royal Geographical Society, London 2019
RWA 164th/165th Annual Open Exhibition, Bristol, Oct/Nov 2016/2017
Affordable Art Fairs, (London, Brussels, New York, Stockholm) 2016 onwards
Meander - Eva Ullrich and Ben Risk, Gallery 22, Bristol, 2016
Open Dialogues as part of GENERATION 2014, The Royal Scottish Academy – Edinburgh 2014
RSA New Contemporaries 2012 - The Royal Scottish Academy – Edinburgh 2012
The Stevenson Award; for a painter of merit, (RSA:NC) 2012
Glasgow Print Studio Award (RSA:NC) 2012
Friends of Leith School of Art Prize 2007
Tatha Gallery (Dundee)
Water + Rock (formerly Bristol Contemporary Art)
Virginia Visual Arts (London)
Envie D'art (Paris)
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
These pieces offer a fleeting snapshot of the dynamic process of painting, which can be likened to the fragility of the rapidly disappearing frozen landscapes that they represent.
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