Good hairstylists view their work as a form of art. But stylist Ursula Goff takes that art to the next level, creating hairstyles inspired by famous artists such as Claude Monet, Georgia O'Keeffe and Andy Warhol.

Ursula Goff'Marilyn Monroe' by Andy Warhol (All photos: Ursula Goff/Facebook)

Using hair as her palette and classic art as her muse, Goff's creations usually take between three to six hours to complete, although some have taken as long as 10 hours to finish. Goff told the Daily Mail that she has always been a lover of art, studying it for years before deciding to reroute her career path and become a hair stylist.

Ursula Goff'Starry Night' by Van Gogh as interpreted by Goff. (Photo: Ursula Goff/Facebook)

Just a few months ago, Goff posted her "Starry Night"-inspired creation to Facebook as part of her fine art series. The response was instant and tremendous. Since then, she has posted several more images.

Ursula GoffGoff's interpretation of 'Birth of Venus' by Botticelli. (Photo: Ursula Goff/Facebook)

Ursula GoffGoff's interpretation of 'Drowning Girl' by Roy Lichtenstein. (Photo: Ursula Goff/Facebook)

Ursula GoffGoff's interpretation of 'Water Lilies' by Claude Monet. (Photo: Ursula Goff/Facebook)

"I would say for the bulk of my career doing hair over the last 14 years, I have been influenced and inspired by other artists' palettes, among other things," Goff told the Mail. "But it was only last month that it occurred to me to pair the inspiration with the outcome in a side-by-side photo format."

Ursula GoffGoff's interpretation of 'Red Canna Lily' by Georgia O’Keeffe. (Photo: Ursula Goff/Facebook)

Ursula GoffGoff's vision of 'Girl With a Pearl Earring' by Johannes Vermeer. (Photo: Ursula Goff/Facebook)

Ursula GoffGoff's interpretation of 'The Kiss' by Gustav Klimt. (Photo: Ursula Goff/Facebook)

Want to see more of Goff's creations? Check out her work on her website and Facebook page.

Hairstylist takes her cue from famous paintings
Stylist Ursula Goff pays tribute to the likes of Van Gogh and Botticelli in her creations.