Lance Ross

Lance Ross

  • Artist’s Statement

    Lance has been an active yachtsman and professional artist for most of his life. He has owned 26 boats and has sailed in many countries of the world.
    He founded magazines including a yachting magazine, Boat Directory, which became Australia’s biggest selling boating magazine with only its third edition.
    Lance’s paintings hang in public and private collections in 10 countries and most Australian states, including an Admiral’s office in Canberra, The Australian Gallery of Sport and the Olympic Museum. After submitting work to the Royal Society of Marine Artists in London, he was accepted as a member and was a Foundation Member of the Australian Society of Marine Artists. His works have been published in many Australian and some overseas boating magazines. He has won various awards for painting and drawing and works in many media.
    He has completed numerous commissions to paint and illustrate owners’ and manufacturers’ boats, from small off-the-beach sailing dinghies, through numerous keelboats including the renowned H28 wooden ketch to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of its design, to classic square riggers. He has published yachting greeting cards, limited edition prints and various marine products.

  • Biography

    6 decades' experience, all-rounder, marine art specialist, winner of awards, works in many media, traditional realism mostly, accepted by the Royal Academy of Marine Art, UK and MASA.

    Lance has been an active yachtsman and professional artist for most of his life. He has owned 26 boats and has sailed in many countries of the world.

    He founded magazines including a yachting magazine, Boat Directory, which became Australia’s biggest selling boating magazine with only its third edition.

    Lance’s paintings hang in public and private collections in 10 countries and most Australian states, including an Admiral’s office in Canberra, The Australian Gallery of Sport and the Olympic Museum. After submitting work to the Royal Society of Marine Artists in London, he was accepted as a member and was a Foundation Member of the Australian Society of Marine Artists. His works have been published in many Australian and some overseas boating magazines. He has won various awards for painting and drawing and works in many media.

    He has completed numerous commissions to paint and illustrate owners’ and manufacturers’ boats, from small off-the-beach sailing dinghies, through numerous keelboats including the renowned H28 wooden ketch to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of its design, to classic square riggers. He has published yachting greeting cards, limited edition prints and various marine products.

  • Exhibitions

    https://www.lanceross.com.au/

  • Website

    https://www.lanceross.com.au/

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Lance Ross

The High Sea
61 x 91cm Oil on Canvas $1,000.00