Red Slipper with Pink Ribbon by Mark Ross

Canvas Prints


Red Slipper with Pink Ribbon by 

Sizing Information

Small 12.0" x 8.0"
Medium 18.0" x 12.0"
Large 24.0" x 16.0"
X large 30.0" x 20.0"


  • Each print is individually stretched and constructed for your order
  • Epson pigment inks using Giclée inkjets to ensure a long life
  • UV protection provided by a clear lacquer
  • Cotton/poly blend Canson canvas for brighter whites and even stretching

A red satin pump sitting on a chair in a NYC thrift shop window. Cindy must be trying on the other one. Click once on image to enlarge.

Something catches my eye and I photograph it, always with the intention of reworking it into something I can call my own. My thinking: It’s not what you look at that matters but what it is you see and how you see it. That’s what matters. That’s how the artist shines through.

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  • Gaurav Dhup
    Gaurav Dhupalmost 7 years ago


  • Thank you Gaurav. Glad you like it.

    – Mark Ross

  • 50mm
    50mmalmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful view!

  • Thanks for the wonderful comment! I can’t stop laughing at your self portrait. It’s actually a wonderful photograph, really.

    – Mark Ross

  • Jan Cain
    Jan Cainalmost 7 years ago

    love it.

  • Thanks for the good word. BTW/ you are more then ready to go out on your own. You’re a terrific talent.

    – Mark Ross

  • Jonicool
    Jonicoolalmost 7 years ago

    this is really great!

  • Mark Ross
    Mark Rossalmost 7 years ago

    Well thank you for your fine compliment. Glad you like it!

  • pixie3
    pixie3almost 7 years ago

    wow what a sensual shot. I love it.

  • Thanks again Pixie. You have such nice things to say!

    – Mark Ross

  • Jamie Lee
    Jamie Leealmost 7 years ago

    Excellent set up.. comes with a great story!

  • You’re a sweetheart Jamie and very kind to comment on so many images! Thank you big time!

    – Mark Ross

  • imageworld
    imageworldalmost 7 years ago

    Sensous yet subtle, a great capture, well composed & well lit,

  • This is just a snap from up against a window with a little cropping and tweaking in Photoshop but a big thank you anyway! Smiles.

    – Mark Ross

  • Paul Gana
    Paul Ganaalmost 7 years ago

    very creative shot, I don’t know about that black thing in the lower left, kinda distracting

  • I agree with you. Unfortunately, the only way to comfortably frame the shoe was to be right where the lens was. Moving in any other direction introduced some other problem so it was the lesser evil to position myself where I chose to. Sometimes, you don’t have the options you’d like so you settle for next best. It’s a compromise.

    – Mark Ross

  • Diana Forgione
    Diana Forgionealmost 7 years ago

    Great shot! Great Shoe! Love the background and I like the thing in the foreground, it makes it look as if we’re intruding on something. Like a detective photographing a trist! I wouldn’t change a thing.

  • Thanks for your very thoughtful comments Diana. This just goes to show you there’s more then one way to see something, right? Glad you like it, I really am!

    – Mark Ross

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