URSULA STERNBERG (1925 - 2000)

Ursula was a fundamentally upbeat spirit. She prevailed in impossible circumstances to reach levels of self actualization that few people ever reach.  She challenged current art world trends.  She was one of those people who didn’t simply enter a room; she consumed it and its inhabitants with her eyes, taking in every inch, then filling it with anticipation of what would come next. 

Ursula shied away from being called a Philadelphia Artist, an American, a European Artist, or a Woman Artist.  To her, she was "An Artist".

Ursula inspired and continues to inspire many who knew her.  Hopefully these pages will share her work with a NEW AUDIENCE, perhaps even leading to new discoveries, new methods and new secrets. 



Ursula drew countless well-know musicians in action, such as Stravinsky, Stern, Serkin, Munch, Boulez, Bernstein, Maderna and Casals. Many of them signed her drawings. And, of course, Jonathan Sternberg, her husband who conducted major orchestras throughout Europe and North & Central America

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