Wendy M. Ross, a D.C. native, received her Masters from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is nationally recognized for public bronze portraits and large-scale abstract sculptural installations, including the George Mason Memorial on the National Mall and "Transit" at the D.C. Convention Center. "Flora" - a fountain sculpture in Baltimore - received a CODAWorx Award for Public Spaces in 2014.
Ross's jewelry is distinctly sculptural, with each work intuitively conceived, hand constructed and one-of-a-kind. What evolve are unique hybrid metalworks intersecting biology, sculpture, and architecture that have been exhibited in the Pleaides shows and, in the Metro area, at VisArts.
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