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Karrie Ross

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A native to Los Angeles, California, Karrie Ross was exposed to a vast range of experiences throughout her life. Her parents appreciated ART of all kinds and her childhood was rich in many ways from learning what creative balance was to how to use power tools. Karrie is a survivor. She learned to take care of herself at an early age and has been doing so for most of her life. Her art comes out of her struggles and joys of living. You might see a whimsy on the outside but on the inside there are the everyday things we all experience. Fears, insecurities along with the normal wants and needs of day-to-day living and making ends meet. Karrie’s art is her way to manage the bombardment of all this... when asked “What would she do if she didn’t have it?” she shook her head and responded, “I wouldn’t want to try.”

Karrie’s art started being shown around Los Angeles in the 1980s, her purpose was to be seen, learn to talk about her art and create a collectors base. She works in both watercolor and oil as they seem “more alive” and pen & ink or pencil for her never-ending fascination with doodling. 

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A native to Los Angeles, California, Karrie Ross was exposed to a vast range of experiences throughout her life. Her parents appreciated ART of all kinds and her childhood was rich in many ways from learning what creative balance was to how to use power tools. Karrie is a survivor. She learned to take care of herself at an early age and has been doing so for most of her life. Her art comes out of her struggles and joys of living. You might see a whimsy on the outside but on the inside there are the everyday things we all experience. Fears, insecurities along with the normal wants and needs of day-to-day living and making ends meet. Karrie’s art is her way to manage the bombardment of all this... when asked “What would she do if she didn’t have it?” she shook her head and responded, “I wouldn’t want to try.”

Karrie’s art started being shown around Los Angeles in the 1980s, her purpose was to be seen, learn to talk about her art and create a collectors base. She works in both watercolor and oil as they seem “more alive” and pen & ink or pencil for her never-ending fascination with doodling. 

Orange Fish

$750.00

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Blue Bird

$750.00

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Bamboo 1

$700.00

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Fish Blue

$1,100.00

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Blue Bird 2

$750.00

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Bamboo 2

$700.00

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Fish Yellow Orange

$1,100.00

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