Ursula J. Brenner

Brenner was born in Germany and graduated from Cincinnati’s Edgecliff College in 1978 with a B.A. in Drawing & Painting.  She studied with and was influenced by Wolf Kahn, Susan Sarback, Doug Dawson and Albert Handell.  Her work starts with a focus on the fundamental nature of a scene – the values, colors and shapes – using a “notan” study, a Japanese method of examining lights and darks.  She alternates between landscapes and abstracts.  Brenner’s work is exhibited and collected throughout the United States.

Styles: Contemporary/Abstract

“Sunny Days”

Acrylic on Canvas

40" x 40" (Framed)

$2,975

“Symphony of Sunlight”

Acrylic on Canvas

37" x 62" (Framed)

$4,000

“Gold Standard”

Acrylic on Canvas

49" x 49" (Framed)

Sold

“Indigo Abstract”

Acrylic on Canvas

62" x 42" (Framed)

$4,500

“On Track”

Acrylic on Canvas

40" x 60" (Unframed)

$3,900

“Making Tracks I”

Acrylic on Canvas

30" x 30" (Unframed)

$1,800

“Making Tracks II”

Acrylic on Canvas

30" x 30" (Unframed)

$1,800