Using the intrinsic language of paint, 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.

Eva Ullrich is a landscape artist whose work leans more towards abstraction. Most of her paintings were created after trips to Arctic Norway and Iceland, where she explored the coast and travelled into the remote interior, exploring lava fields, glaciers and volcanos. Whilst exploring the landscape, she took photographs and made quick paint sketches on location as methods of observing particular features in the landscape and the often dramatic and changing qualities of light at different times of day. She then makes her paintings from memory upon her return to the studio.


She paints them flat using wide brushes, sponges and squeegees, constantly adding, removing and manipulating the paint until it feels right. Some paintings are very simple, made up of only two layers, and others are much more complex with multiple layers and glazing.


Eva Ullrich was born in 1987 in the Lake District (UK) and studied painting at the Glasgow School of Art where she spent a great deal of time exploring the Scottish landscape. This experience of landscape has always been a starting point for her work. She now lives and works in Bristol and continues to exhibit internationally.




AAF Hampstead

AAF Battersea

AAF Hamburg

AAF Singapour



Art Market San Francisco

AAF Battersea, London
AAF Brussels
Tatha Gallery, Scotland

Seattle Art Fair
Market Art+Design
Royal Geographical Society, London
The Crossover Candid Arts Trust, London
Bristol Contemporary Art
AAF Brussels
AAF Battersea, London
AAF Hampstead
AAF Singapore

AAF Hampstead
AAF Battersea London
AAF Brussels

RWA 165th Annual Open Exhibition, Bristol
"The Five Virtues", SWG3, Glasgow
Bristol Contemporary Art
AAF Battersea London Spring
AAF Brussels

Galerie 22, Bristol
RWA, 164th annual exhibition, Bristol


Scope BaselArt Southampton

The Scottish Royal Academy, Edinburg

The Scottish Royal Academy, Edinburg
Grizedale, Cumbria


Landlines, The Wilderness Art collective, Royal Geographical Society, London
The Auction collective, Summer auction, Candid Arts trust, London
RWA 165th Annual Open Exhibition, Bristol
“Open dialogues”, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
RSA New contemporaries 2012, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh