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Ursula Brodauf-Craig

She was born in Gmenhainichen, Germany, a small town renowned for its woodcarvers near the Czechoslovak border. She apprenticed under master woodcarver Emil Helbig, yet retained a strong desire to be a sculptor. She earned a Master's degree in sculpture from the Master School of Art, Division of Academy of Art, Berlin, Germany. In 1955 Ursula emigrated to the United States, settling in Salt Lake City. For the next half-century she invested her life to family, sculpture, and photography. Ursula's large body of work, private and public, is a tribute to modernity. She was chosen, in 2002, as "One of the 100 Most Honored Artists of Utah" by the Springville Museum of Art. obituary 
Duality $3,000 bronze sculpture 21½h