You can't categorize Amy Ross. By her own admission she is "interested in the idea of artist as mad scientist," and she pulls it off with panache. She is a sweet, mad artist.
With a background in religious studies and divinity, Amy jumped the tracks into the artworld in 2000 and has been answering this question ever since: "What would happen if the DNA sequence of a plant or mushroom were spliced with that of an animal?"
Working on paper and directly on walls, her drawings are beautiful, romantic and disarming.
A Boston resident, Amy currently has a show at the Allston Skirt Gallery - "Nature Morph" - through the end of the month, and we think she'd be a great resource for transforming a big blank wall in your home.