Fiona Ross

News and Recent Exhibitions

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship Program 75th Anniversary Exhibition at the Work House: Fiona Ross, Kendra Wadsworth, Pam Sutherland. Lorton, VA, May 23-July 26th, 2015 Reception on June 13th, 2015, from 6-9pm.

Radius 250, May 22-June 26, 2015. Artspace. Richmond, VA. Reception on May 22, 7-10pm.

Fiona Ross: Complement of Closure, October 3, 2014 opening reception from 7-9 at Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA.

Shaped Polarities: Allan Rosenbaum and Fiona Ross. October 17-November 30 2014, The Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Fellowship, June 2014

Publication: Best Writing in Mathematics, 2013, Princeton Press, "The Jordan Curve Theorum is Non-Trivial", by Fiona Ross and William T. Ross.

Page Bond Gallery, Next, December 2013-January 2014

Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Fellowship, June/July 2013

March 28-April 28, 2013 Time on Our Hands, Eckhaus Gallery, Kutztown University, Pennsylvania. Selection of work by visual arts fellows at Virginia Center for Creative Arts in 2012. Curated by Cheryl Hochberg.

September-December 2012, What's Inside? Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute, Roanoke, VA, Curated by Susan Jamison.

August 2012, Forms of Suggestion: Recent work by Alan Rosenbaum, Fiona Ross and Sue Heatley at Chroma Projects in Charlottesville, VA.
August 3rd opening reception, 5:30-8pm. Show open through August 25th, 2012.

Winter 2012
Washington Project for the Arts, SELECT, March 2012

Treasures from the Vault, an exhibition at the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University in January 2012 featured works from the museum's collection, including Jack Beal, Tanja Softic, Fiona Ross, Suzanna Fields, Margaret Evangeline, Hunt Slonem, and many more.

Layers and Competition, a solo exhibition of my work at Blue Ridge College, January-February 2012.

Check out Brittney Hewitt Van Deusen's blog Design Omnivore for her interview and studio visit with me.