'Mors Omnibus'

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sculpture-surrealism-futuristic


Born in Tennessee in 1971, James Ross developed an eye for design at a very early age. He enjoyed transforming common household items into something entirely new. He was able to see things not just for what they were but what they could become. James has always been fascinated by authors' and artists' various visions of the future - especially the ideas surrounding a post apocalyptic future. His Biomechanical work looks at the ever growing relationship between man and technology. As we continually strive to improve our lives through it, do we give up some of our humanity in the process? His sculptures are created using a wide variety of items. Including vintage medical equipment, antique watches and transmission parts. James has lived in Seattle, Washington, Rincon, Puerto Rico and currently resides in Richmond, Virginia with his wife and daughter. His sculptures are presently on display at Art Works Studios and Galleries -Richmond, VA. www.FuturePunkArt.com

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Mors Omnibus
Medium: sculpture
Subject: futuristic
Style: surrealism
Size: cms
Price: Not for sale
Mors Omnibus
Medium: sculpture
Subject: futuristic
Style: surrealism
Size: cms
Price: Not for sale
Mors Omnibus
Medium: sculpture
Subject: futuristic
Style: surrealism
Size: cms
Price: Not for sale
Accalia
Medium: sculpture
Subject: futuristic
Style: surrealism
Size: cms
Price: Not for sale
Accalia
Medium: sculpture
Subject: futuristic
Style: surrealism
Size: cms
Price: Not for sale
Accalia
Medium: sculpture
Subject: futuristic
Style: surrealism
Size: cms
Price: Not for sale
Impavidus
Medium: sculpture
Subject: futuristic
Style: surrealism
Size: cms
Price: Not for sale
Impavidus
Medium: sculpture
Subject: abstractions
Style: abstract
Size: cms
Price: Not for sale
Impavidus
Medium: sculpture
Subject: futuristic
Style: surrealism
Size: cms
Price: Not for sale
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