Eva Ullrich is a landscape artist whose work leans more towards abstraction. Most of the paintings were made after a trip to Iceland where she explored the coast and travelled into the remote interior land 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 makes her paintings from memory when back in the studio. She paints flat using wide brushes, sponges and squeegees, working constantly on 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.