30 years experience as a street artist, Ulla has great skill
in producing high quality pavement art.
Tailored to specific sites, themes and audiences,
Ulla's work is a highly versatile performance art form,
and also an attention grabbing artwork..
Whether painting on pavements,
walls, canvas, walls, imported
pavers, paper or anything else, Ulla pays attention to both the detail and
deadlines with a smile..
clients in the corporate world and government bodies include:
Air New Zealand
Tourism Australia (Hong Kong)
Royal Melbourne Zoo
Local councils Australia
White Ribbon Day in Bendigo, Hargreaves
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Ulla has worked at many prestigious arts and
performance festivals worldwide, and is frequently invited to return to
events year after year.
Ulla's Gallery has
many of her festival art images arranged by theme.
Her "screeving" or street mural, is crafted in
brilliant, ephemeral Fine Art chalk pastels, and literally creates a new perspective on the grey
street, delighting and amazing pedestrians of
The street paintings are created on brick, asphalt,
and concrete surfaces. Created over
days, the artwork fades as it is worn away by the elements. Ulla's
fine pavement art is exceptionally photogenic and attracts avid
interest from visual media.
Ulla is a consistent prize winner in
pavement art competitions. She has won prizes at Geldern International
Street Painting Festival Germany, Massey street painting festival Canada,
and Chalk the Walk Sydney and Melbourne Streetworks Festival.
Since 1987, Ulla has made the creation of public,
democratic art her career.
Pavement art workshops are also great at festivals for
Workshops and public
With a Graduate DIploma in
Art/Craft, a "Working with Children" card and a child of her own, Ulla's
workshops are not only a fun event but are educational as well.
Detailed information on her
tailored workshops can be found on the
Brief History of pavement
art- Ulla's version.
"Pavement art has a very long world wide history
dating back to ancient times. Art has been created in public
spaces for ceremony, information and good luck for millennia.
Historical incidents of pavement art are recognised around the world.
A few examples include.. Medieval Maddonarri in Italy drawing holy
pictures, East Indian Rangoli designs used for good
spirit, home and guest customs, traditionally, generationally and
currently. Screever's are also recorded in English
literature, and English (colloquial) dictionaries.
..and before there were pavements, there were
Pavement art was popular before the printing
press as a media for mass information, and community bonding, and it's
presence on the street still attracts an enthusiastic response from
passers by, and modern media.
The digital camera age has heralded a
Renaissance of street painting, taking the ephemeral art form into digital
permanence, and popularising "3-D", anamorphic illusions."