Lisa Ross is an award winning writer and fine art photographer. A graduate of the University of Southern California in Communications, she trained in the fine art of photography at the prestigious Hamilton High Photography Department in Los Angeles. It was there that Ansel Adams and Bob Willoughby awarded her top honors.
An allergy to darkroom chemicals led her down a different path, first as a psychotherapist and then as a political writer and consultant. Her commentaries have appeared in the nation’s top newspapers and on radio. Her widely read column, The Ross Retort, was the recipent of numerous San Diego Press Club awards and honors from the Society of Professional Journalists.
The dawn of the digital darkroom brought Lisa back to fine art photography shooting in the world’s most visually interesting places.
Now considered a Master Printer, she achieves the feel of a painting while retaining the immediacy of the photograph. using original digitized negatives or digital images printed with Ultrachrome archival pigment on large-sized canvas.
“I want the work to hang in spaces where people live, so the pieces must be decorative and at the same time evoke an instant of time and place.”
Lisa travels the world for inspiration. Available works cover all seven continents.
As she likes to say," if you are looking for a piece from a favorite place, call me."
On canvas, unless specified as art paper
Archival pigment ink & canvas/art paper
Printed to order--custom sizes available
Images available from over 100 countries
Can be ordered framed, matted or loose
A Santa Fe Art Gallery