I’m Lu Ross, and I want to bring you calm and happiness by inspiring you to become more connected to nature.
I’m a fine art nature photographer, exhibiting artist, instructor, author, conservationist, and National Parks artist. I’ve spent a lifetime exploring the world and observing Mother Nature. I’ve come to realize that the beauty, peace, and joy we experience while out in the wilderness has a very real and strong healing power. My mission is to share the emotional connection that I feel with The Natural World. It’s this feeling of closeness and unity with the world around me that I want to share with you.
I invite you to experience Zen and oneness with creation through my art.
Want to know more?
Extended bio: My Artist Journey.
Artist Statement: Creating The Image.
My Resume/ CV is available here.
I’m here to assist you
Creating a space to relax from the daily stress is becoming more and more important every day. If you want some ideas on how to accomplish this you can read The importance of color and The Spirit of Autumn on Art Insights
If you are a conservationist and are not sure know how to contribute, let me share the Give Back To Nature Project with you. You can participate in re-forestation and help our planet as well as the human race.
My artwork is currently on exhibit at Dana Bay Gallery in Dana Point.
Over the years I have sold my artwork at galleries, shows, and museums such as the Wildling Museum of Art & Nature, Desert Light Gallery – as an Artist in Residence for the Mojave National Preserve Artists Foundation, Alice-Rice Gallery in Laguna Beach, Art-A-Fair Fine Art Festival in Laguna Beach, Art San Diego – Contemporary Art Show, Quorum Art Gallery in Laguna Beach, and Dana Bay Gallery.
I published my first book “Elements of Mojave “ in 2019.
My work has been featured in numerous newspaper articles and published in many magazines such as Laguna Beach Magazine, Premiere OC-Orange Coast Magazine, Hobie Hotline Magazine, Laguna Beach Independent Newspaper, Desert Light Magazine, Harboring the Good Life – Dana Point’s visitors’ guidebook, San Juan Capistrano Treasures – visitors’ guidebook, and the Santa Barbara News-Press.