Ursula Majer was born in Peru and grew up surrounded by art as her mother was a multi visual artist. Her childhood was full of beautiful books with magical stories and the stories told by the nannies who lived in the Andes. Ursula has been teaching visual arts for over 12 years in Philadelphia. She loves teaching different techniques and providing her students with tips and tricks so that they can enjoy the process of creating art. Ursula’s work focus’ on bringing awareness of protecting nature.
At this time, Ursula enjoys working with pigments and marbling paper techniques. She loves to connect with the images that she creates in the water that sometimes are still and sometimes are uncontrollable. She also likes to create 3D paper masks of African Animals as well as elaborate textiles dyes, especially from Peruvian cochineal.