For most people, home is where the heart is. But for Gale Fulton Ross, home is where the “art” is. She loves finding objects such as walking sticks, doors and tray tables, painting them and hanging them on the wall. Even her painting palette is framed and on display.
“My style is based on the fact that this place is my sanctuary, my home,” Fulton Ross says. “It’s very personal.”
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