East Hamptom, New York
Carol Ross has an impressive exhibition history, dating from the mid- 1960s through the present. Her recent exhibition, titled simply “Carol Ross,” featured works from the last 20 years or so, with 16 mid-size outdoor sculptures installed in the Guild Hall’s Furman Sculpture Garden—the tallest reaching almost 13 feet, but most between five and seven feet tall—and seven indoor, wall-hanging pieces and several colored-pencil works on paper. Viewers notice the physical presence and formalist properties of Ross’s freestanding works long before considering the materials involved in their making. Fashioned in stainless steel and mounted on elegantly basic pedestals, each sculpture is painted with a single color of automotive paint…see the entire review in the print version of June’s Sculpture magazine.