Philip David Ross 

 Photographs and Sculptures

Creatures

These images explore our relationship to those aspects of the physical and metaphysical world we inhabit but choose to ignore. Combining organic and inorganic roadside detritus to create temporary sculptures, they confront the viewer with the mortality of all things built and born as well as the promise of transformation through reebirth.  - And they are kind of fun.

On the Street

As is often observed, the mundane is a place filled with wonder if you only take the time to look.  With this series of images my goal is to share the faces I find in crumpled street paper "... among the garbage and the flowers..." L. Cohen - Suzanne.  

Still Life

Going where no Still Life, or at least not that many, have gone before.



Frozen Heads

Much like ourselves the ice heads look somewhat alike while being individual. Similarly, their their solid appearance is illusory and their time, as with everything, will pass.

Books and Birds

Highways leave much destruction in their wake. Books and birds; knowledge and culture - even life itself.


All That Remains

Each image is named after a city that has suffered through a conflict and seeks to reflect the chaos and destruction  that was left behind. 

Unlikely Partners

Inspired by the classic comedy sketch "The Frog and Peach" by Peter Cooke and Dudley Moore, this set of images combines fruits and vegetables with unlikely partners.

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