Professor, Studio Art
Brownson Hall, Room 208
Monday and Thursday 1:00-1:30PM; Wednesday 10:00-11:00AM, 1:00-2:00PM
Tim Ross has a B.F.A. from Cooper Union, an M.F.A. from Columbia University, and has studied computer graphics at the School of Visual Arts. Prof. Ross has been an professor in art studio at Manhattanville since 2014, specializing in areas such as printmaking, painting and the creative process. He has designed many of his classes and curriculums, most recently one on Expressive Imagery. Several of his courses meet the requirements in the School of Education for an art education major. Before coming to Manhattanville, Prof. Ross was a visiting assistant professor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, where he taught basic perceptual drawing. Prof. Ross is third author of The Complete Printmaker. Prof. Ross’ eclectic background includes his emloyment at the East Harlem Public School in New York City, where he was an art enrichment teacher. His work there was dedicated to introducing high school students to museums, artists’ studios, and commercial art. In 2010, Prof. Ross was a visiting artist to the New York Academy of Art in New York City. He has also juried art shows and has had exhibits at a variety of galleries and art institutions. In 2013, Prof. Ross had a successful solo exhibition at the Blue Mountain Gallery in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan.