“She uses a concise and sketchy pictural language, densely summarized in a few but diverse symbols, ciphers, and signs with formal abundance.
Occasionally anecdotical word and sentence fragments lead the imagination of the viewer in certain directions, awaken memories, impulsing the mind to imagination. Over everything lies a poetical fundamental mood: the mysterious, the undecipherable, the magical is always present.”
Dr. Helmut Ricke
Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf, 1971-2008 Director Hentrich Glass Museum
“One cannot help but be impressed by the freshness of Ursula Huth’s pictorial world, imbued with life by the light that filters through it.
In each of her various stained glass works, the lead cane partitions, looking as if they were drawn in freehand, are laid with an exquisite sense of balance. Suche scene divisions produce an effect suggesting a multifaceted expanse of time and space. Huth always strives to strike a balance between the spontaneity of the imagery that occurs to her and the deliberate control needed to express it.”
Curator, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art