Harold Ross

Biltmore

Mr. Vanderbilt’s Bedroom,1
Mr. Vanderbilt’s Bedroom, 2
Mrs. Vanderbilt’s Desk
Oak Sitting Room
Smoking Room
The Arc Chest
Canning Pantry
Dining Hall Throne
Dining Hall Wall
Brown Laundry Room

Forged Portfolio

Chalk Line & Plumb Bob
German Chamber Clock
Plumb Bob and Protractor
Anvil with Pully
Hammer
Bolt
Italian Brass Weights
Beaulieu Movie Camera
Red Anvil
Radar Tower

Japanese Brushes

Japanese Brushes 1
Japanese Brushes 2
Japanese Brushes 4
Japanese Brushes 3

Night

Untitled #20
Untitled #15
Untitled #24
Untitled #25
Untitled #22
Untitled #5
Untilted #1
Untitled #3
Untitled #21
Untitled #19

Shell Study

Shell Study 1
Shell Study 2
Shell Study 3

ShopCraft Portfolio

Assayer’s Office
Gasparini Street Organ
Piano Music Rolls
Piano Workshop Door
Piano Workshop Wall
Anvil
Assayer’s Safe
Oil Cans 4
Headlight Machine
Lathe Controls

Still Life

Olive Oil with Shallots
Pear Study
Spools
Still Life with Bubble Vase
Warrior
Still Life with Copper Funnel
Lamp and Flash Gun
Still Life with Crock
Cone, Ball and Anvil
Still Life with Grapes and Copper Vessel

For 25 years, Harold Ross has been experimenting with the specialized technique of light painting which has given him the ability to show subjects in a different light, so that the viewers can appreciate them in an unexpected way.

The process of light painting requires that light is meticulously applied to each image and requires that the photographer work in a completely dark studio while opening the camera for an expended period of time while he paints light on to the image. This ultimately reveals greater shapes, textures and colors.  Harold Ross says that he is basically sculpting the image with light.