Tuesday, February 7, 2012

"Ursula Roma has a deep affection for the discarded, rusty and unloved object - from worn door knobs and chipped finials to aged industrial moulds and tarnished silverware. She lovingly transforms these rejects into whimsical, yet sophisticated, sculptural assemblages that speak to our deep material desires and throwaway culture."
—Sara Caswell-Pearce, former Art's Editor, Cincinnati Enquirer

Dear Ursula,
I have to tell you now how wonderful the story/caricatures of the Daily Doodle are. You should make them into a graphic novel. They're just gorgeous and so funny/rueful/smart.
Great work.

-Maureen Bloomfield, The Artist's Magazine