Ulrike Arnold
Earth paintings
Meteorite paintings
Video gallery

Ulrike Arnold has travelled throughout the world to work at remote sites often associated with ritual or magical properties. Her materials are the stones and earth she finds there. These are applied, often by hand, to create rock paintings in situ, or mixed with a transparent binder to produce works on canvas.

These pictures can be read as psychograms of the artist herself but also as travelogues, as visual diaries and as abstract portraits of remote locations.

In her latest works the painter uses meteor-particles (nickel, iron and metal). These precious original substance found on four continents are from astroids and comets which Ulrike Arnold owes a random meeting with meteor-scientist Marvin Killgore in Arizona.

The star-dust witnesses the early epoch of universe and partly is older than earth.

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