Ursula Leach is a British artist who trained in fine art at Winchester, Wimbledon and West Surrey Colleges of Art. She is inspired by the chalk landscape of Cranborne Chase and agricultural practices; as global warming takes effect on the landscape that inspires her.
Through the use of colour, Ursula expresses her feelings about the land as a comment on current agricultural practices. Ursula also, paradoxically, conveys and celebrates the beauty of colour’s ability to elicit an inner and emotional response in the viewer.
Her colourfull artworks have been exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally including Japan and Australia. She has had work in two prestigious London galleries, Marlborough Fine Art and The Redfern Gallery while exhibiting regularly in solo and group shows at Oliver Contemporary, London for the last 15 years, The Art Stable, Blandford for 10 years and The Bankside Gallery, London where she was made a fellow in 1996.
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