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Exhibitions and Gallery Representation

DANA BAY GALLERY, Dana Point, CA – May 2019 – Present

QUORUM ART GALLERY, Laguna Beach, CA – February 1st, 2012- May 31st-2019

ART SAN DIEGO – Contemporary Art Show 2018

 DESERT LIGHT GALLERY, Artist in Residence

  • Exhibit March 3rd to May, 3rd 2018
  • Exhibit September 5th to November 2, 2017

XANADU GALLERY, Scottsdale, AZ –  2017 (online)

ARTSY.NET/LIGHT SPACE and TIME ONLINE ART GALLERY – 2017

  • 6th Annual “Seasons” 2017 Online Art Exhibition
  • 2nd and 4th place

WILDLING MUSEUM of ART and NATURE, Solvang, CA

  •  “Celebrating the National Parks of California” exhibit from June 18th to October 3rd, 2016.

ALICE-RICE GALLERY, Laguna Beach, CA – Exhibit from November 2014 to November 2015

ART-A-FAIR FINE ART FESTIVAL – Laguna Beach, CA

  • June – August 2014
  • June – August 2015

ART THAT’S SMALL at LAGUNA BEACH CITY HALL – March – April 2015

CITY of DANA POINT CITY HALL – February – July 2012

ORANGE COUNTY FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY FAIR – 2011

 

Memberships

 Professional Photographers of America

Nature First Partner

Give Back to Nature Project – Artist Member

The Museum of Photographic Arts

City Lifestyle Ambassador

 

Press and Publications

 Elements of Mojave, by Lu Ross

Harboring the Good Life – Dana Point ‘s visitors’ guidebook

San Juan Capistrano Treasures – visitors’ guidebook

Desert Light Magazine

Laguna Beach Magazine

Premiere OC – Orange Coast Magazine

Hobie Hotline Magazine

Laguna Beach Independent Newspaper

Santa Barbara News-Press

Education

New York Institute of Photography

University of California Irvine, CA

Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago, Chile

Lu Ross’ education as a photographer and digital artist began with her computer science education at Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago. She later continued her photography education with the New York Institute of Photography and has attended numerous workshops with renowned artists such as Art Wolfe, Monte Zucker, Eddie Tapp, Colin Smith, Mike Moats, and Amy Melious.

Style

Lu’s work is representational as well as abstract. It is characterized by the way she captures light, by her love of bold and vivid colors, as well as her masterful use of the artistic elements of line, texture, and shape. Her favorite subject matter is the beauty found in nature and its interaction with light, especially the magical light found during sunset and sunrise. Her abstract work is often an isolated section of a scene, yet its color and expression convey strong emotions.

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