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Stuart Ross
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Allure
Oil on Board
24" x 17" 

    Allure

    Oil on Board
    24" x 17"
  • Anastatia
Oil on Canvas
36" x 36" 

    Anastatia

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 36"
  • Body Of Expression
Digital Sketch
17" x 12" 

    Body Of Expression

    Digital Sketch
    17" x 12"
  • Broken
Oil on Canvas
40" x 60" 

    Broken

    Oil on Canvas
    40" x 60"
  • Draped in Red
Digital Painting on Canvas
14" x 8.5" 

    Draped in Red

    Digital Painting on Canvas
    14" x 8.5"
  • En Rouge
Oil on Aluminum
32" x 24" 

    En Rouge

    Oil on Aluminum
    32" x 24"
  • Figure Study
Digital Sketch
10" x 15" 

    Figure Study

    Digital Sketch
    10" x 15"
  • Intensity
Digital Sketch
11" x 15" 

    Intensity

    Digital Sketch
    11" x 15"
  • Last Kiss
Oil on Canvas
60" x 40" 

    Last Kiss

    Oil on Canvas
    60" x 40"
  • Nude in Turquoise
Oil on Canvas
24" x 24" 

    Nude in Turquoise

    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 24"
  • Sun Dance
Oil on Canvas
12" x 12" 

    Sun Dance

    Oil on Canvas
    12" x 12"
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Stuart Ross

Stuart Ross grew up in an artistic family. His father, an illustrator, taught him how to draw, and Ross brought his father’s teachings into the classroom. His skill stuck out to his teachers even at an early age, and Ross knew at that point that he wanted to become an artist. Later on, Ross transitioned into graphic design, earning a Diploma of Arts in Graphic Art and Design. More recently, however, Ross has re-discovered his love and passion for painting, desiring a pivot toward analog creation in an increasingly digital world.

Ross is particularly adept at channeling emotion into portraiture, forging a connection between the viewer and his artwork. His use of oil paint adds a certain indescribable, ethereal quality to his canvases, which he describes as Impressionistic Realism. This name also derives from the inspiration he gains from the nineteenth century Realism and Impressionism movements as well as the stylized realism of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Ross currently lives in his home country, Australia, with his family, where in his new painting career he has already been recognized as a finalist in the Art Lovers Australia art prize. Ultimately, Ross’s work conveys a simple message, devoid of political meaning and rife with emotionality. He leans into the visual properties of his medium in order to ignite our inner feelings and emotions through mood, atmosphere, and beauty.