Ursula creates unique, hand built sculptural vessels, which are first biscuit fired and then Raku fired or smoked. She has travelled extensively in Greece where the evidence of cultural origins and the land, as well as nature and architecture have greatly shaped her visual language.
She relates this experience to the forms and structures that develop through the process of building the pot. Thus birds, trees, skies and land emerge out of slips, pigments and fire.
Ursula studied at Goldsmiths School of Art in London. Her work is held in many collections including the Wilfrid Trust, Auckland, New Zealand, The Gateshead Museum, Shipley and Stadt Dortmund, Germany.