Ulrike Rossier

Born in West Germany in the midst of World War II, Ulrike (Uli) came to Canada when she was 23. Always interested in art, she once had her own loom and taught weaving. Uli typically works in ink and oil pastels and creates richly coloured drawings with playful designs. She considers her drawings to be abstract representations of nature, the seasons, and her own mood. Green is her favourite colour, she says, as it represents life. Uli is a prolific painter and many of her works have been sold and exhibited, most recently for the YEGcanvas project. Her highly distinctive style has many fans, and she always recognizes her own work with delight.

The Nina Haggerty
Centre for the Arts

9225 118 St NW
Edmonton, AB T5G 0K6

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