Lemon Street Gallery,
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Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2LS
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Ann Ross


16 June - 7 July 2012

 

 

 

 

Ann Ross Compendium
Mixed media and collage 91 x 106 cm
Ann Ross Postcard
Mixed media and collage 15 x 20 cm
Ann Ross Travel Notes I, Tuscany
Mixed media and collage 48 x 49 cm
Ann Ross Travel Notes II, Tuscany
Mixed media and collage 48 x 49 cm
Ann Ross Leafnotes – ‘Bosky Woods’
Mixed media 28 x 47 cm
Ann Ross Leafnotes – Gingko Biloba
Mixed media 28 x 47 cm
Ann Ross Leafnotes – Tulip Tree
Mixed media 28 x 47 cm
Ann Ross Leafnotes – Tuscan Woods
Mixed media 28 x 47 cm
Ann Ross Nature Notes
Mixed media 50 x 63 cm
Ann Ross Postcard, after Chichester
Mixed media 29 x 49 cm
Ann Ross Wood Notes, Via Emilia
Mixed media and collage 55 x 54 cm
Ann Ross Journey Notes, Birth
Mixed media and collage 18 x 27 cm
Ann Ross Journey Notes, the Nasturtiums
Mixed media and collage 18 x 27 cm
Ann Ross Hermes II, Messenger
Mixed media and collage 29 x 38 cm
Ann Ross Athene, Messenger
Mixed media and collage 29 x 38 cm
Ann Ross Birdbush II
Mixed media 19 x 22.5 cm
Ann Ross Oak Branch
Mixed media 19 x 22.5 cm
Ann Ross Peonybird
Mixed media 19 x 22.5 cm
Ann Ross String, Thrush
Mixed media and collage 24 x 21 cm
Ann Ross November Wind, Birds
Mixed media and collage 79 x 119 cm
Ann Ross Birdsong, Evening
Mixed media 13.5 x 19 cm
Ann Ross Leaves, Twine
Mixed media 17 x 20 cm
Ann Ross Pachyphytum Pot
Mixed media 19 x 22.5 cm
Ann Ross Two Pots
Mixed media and collage 19 x 22.5 cm
Ann Ross Cuttings
Mixed media 19 x 22.5 cm
Ann Ross Postcard from Pistoia
Mixed media 14 x 20 cm
Ann Ross Towards Treviso
Mixed media 14 x 20 cm
Ann Ross In Marrakesh
Unique hand coloured etching 38 x 40 cm
Ann Ross In the Souk
Coloured etching on chine collé 38 x 40 cm

 

Ann Ross RSW lives in Edinburgh and is a frequent exhibitor with various private galleries throughout Britain. Travelling in Britain and abroad has always inspired her work. The memory of different experiences, cultures, weather, people, animals and wildlife, towns, buildings and landscape are all recalled in her work. ‘I try to paint time and place.As I travel, I record special combinations of light, colour, pattern and shape. I note rhythms in the landscape and environment, traditions in the architecture, the traces of decay and restoration, details in the everyday life of various countries – and try to fix those details in my mind and sketchbooks. I use these drawings, studies and collected ephemera to make images in my studio in Edinburgh, trying to recall these experiences. ‘Memory becomes an image of time and place but using colour and paint is the real adventure – creating images is a journey into recalled light, shape and experience.’

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