Sculpture and Public Art

Gale Fulton Ross is a multidimensional talent, whose creative expressions traverse multiple media. In the late 2000s she was awarded a grant, backed by the National Endowment for the Arts, to create a monumental work of Public Art to anchor the revivalist urban design of the city of Opa-Locka, Florida. Her concept was realized in the form of the sculpture called Miss Mary, and the Public Art project called One Story.


The final piece was a 30-foot tall, stainless steel lattice in the form of the bust of an wizened and elderly woman, a symbol of generational affection and wisdom. The statue conceals a time capsule containing memorabilia contributed by community residents.


Miss Mary in the transition to the One Story design.



New works include three clay "table top" sculptures, designed by the artist for the Keepsakes Exhibition, May-June 2018.


Fulton Ross works with a variety of materials in crafting her sculptures, including clay, stone, wood, and recycled materials.