Modern Master Of Reverse Painted Glass Shines A Light In Toronto
“Tomorrow’s Tiffany” makes rare visit to share her exuberance and passion for healing art!
For immediate release
Toronto, July 2, 2013 – Sex & Consciousness Awakenings + presents: Ulla: The Art of Ulla Darni documentary film by Francisco Toto Vargas (USA, 2010, 25 min) screening at Wonderworks Fleishman Gallery, 79 Harbord St., Toronto, 416.323.3131. Thursday, July 18, 2013, 7-8:30pm. By donation. Space is limited. RSVP email@example.com
Ulla Darni is as vivid and beautiful as her art. A native of Denmark and a source of stirring creativity, she makes her first appearance in Toronto this summer. A former feature film actress, Ulla is the star of a documentary film by Francisco Toto Vargas that depicts her history and her process as she creates in her Catskills studio. Captured is the colorful essence of Ulla and her inspiration as she paints, plays the harp and shares her multifaceted life. Over the past 15 years, Ulla has become aware of the other-worldly inspiration for her work. She has recently begun to channel energetic healing frequencies and tones from Source and shares this with those she meets. See Ulla Sona: http://vimeo.com/61357062
Hailed as “Tomorrow’s Tiffany” by Ed Malacoff of Pairpoint Lamp Museum, Rivers Edge, NJ, Ulla is widely regarded as the modern master of reverse-painted glass. Her art is collected throughout the world and adorns palaces, estates, museums, galleries and beautifies every installation. She has a boundless source of beauty and peace and this is brought forth in her masterpieces that define light and have the power of healing.
More about Ulla
She began her art education in her teens, with a four-year apprenticeship at Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. After completing her young career as a porcelain painter, her luck, beauty and vivacious personality led to a career on stage and screen. Ulla worked as an actress for seven years alongside numerous film stars, the culmination of which was a co-starring role in the international award-winning film, The Duel. Ulla moved to New York City and began studying painting with renowned artist mentors at New York’s Art Student league where she won prize’s and recognition for her paintings on canvas. Her colorful, artistically rendered hand painted glass lamps were stunning, unique and became highly collectable. Collectors of her works include Prince Charles of England, Richard Rockefeller, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Al Pacino, Cher, Goldie Hawn and many other celebrities. When Ulla is not painting, she is applying her vision to jewelry, fashion design, ceramics and playing the harp. She resides in Catskills, NY with her husband and business partner, Lawry Swidler, an accomplished maker of glass sculpture. www.ulladarni.com
Ulla: The Art of Ulla Darni
Thursday, July 18, 2013 – 7-8:30pm
Wonderworks Fleishman Gallery, 79 Harbord St., Toronto, 416.323.3131
By donation. Light refreshments will be served. Space is limited.
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