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John Ross  London, UK

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Ross’s “Blood” series gives a new perspective on the human form. Equal parts beautiful and intriguing the work stands alone. The “Dyes” series is a mesmerizing look at beauty of motion. John is represented by the Lisa Pritchard Agency.


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Katelyn

01.13.2009 @ 11:32 PM

"Disturbing and unpleasant"????

Are you SERIOUS?! Art is SUPPOSED to be "disturbing and unpleasant" at times! Ever heard of Dali? There are plenty of artists who use their work to shock people out of their comfort zones.

Don't knock this artist's work just because you don't understand it and it scares you. It's supposed to catch your interest and make you think.

And to the artist: This is lovely. Wonderful!
:]

Tess

02.21.2008 @ 5:37 PM

only two words. LOVE IT!!!

Neeno

02.10.2008 @ 2:25 PM

This is so mystifying. So surreal. I love it!

Kat

01.10.2008 @ 1:47 PM

No one can compare your work to this...let them try...

Pepper

12.31.2007 @ 9:30 PM

your work is amazing and truly artistic. you have a wonderful perception on spacial value. YOU ROCK!!!!

C

12.31.2007 @ 3:48 PM

I agree with DISTURBING AND UNPLEASANT. And also gross.....

Shauna

12.31.2007 @ 3:34 PM

Wow. These are beautiful. I want to see more ^^

Jennifer

12.31.2007 @ 3:09 PM

The unseen is art as well

Anonymous

12.31.2007 @ 2:13 PM

The earthy and watery aspects are great, especially when added to the human parts, such as the hand in the top one, or the blood in the latter.

Doublet

12.31.2007 @ 1:01 PM

Neat!

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