Wendy Ross is nationally recognized for public bronze portraiture and large-scale abstract installations, including the George Mason Memorial on the National Mall and "Flora," a 40'x40'x18' fountain sculpture near the Inner Harbor in downtown Baltimore that received a CODAWorx Award for Public Spaces in 2014.
Her jewelry and sculpture are intuitively hand-constructed, unique metalworks intersecting biology, physics, and architecture, fusing the mathematical and industrial with the poetic to explore manifestations of energy. The works in this show include intricate jewelry, each unique and some with fused glass, gems, or other materials, as well as limited edition bronzes interpreting myth, theater, dance, and fantasy.
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Photos by James P. Beirne