Davis, J. Ross
J. Ross Davis was born at McAlester, OK, in 1967 and is the eldest of four children. He has lived in various places in Oklahoma, NW Arkansas, and in Georgia. He is married with two grown children and currently resides in the Cherokee Nation at Warner, OK. J. Ross is a direct descendent of Cherokee Chief John Ross (4th Great-Grandson) and his first wife, Quatie. He is descended through their daughter, Jane Ross Nave, and her husband, Andrew Ross Nave. Their son, Andy Nave Jr. (Bub), married Julia Eagle, daughter of A-wah-hi-lah “Eagle,” a Cherokee Old Settler, and Pauline Eagle, a Cherokee Freedman. Andy Jr. and Julia's daughter, Jane Ross Nave Davis, is his Great-Grandmother. J. Ross is an avid photographer and describes himself as a mid-level geek. He has been designing graphics and digital art for numerous years. He recently started painting and is incorporating that medium in his artwork as well. His desire is to create art through various mediums while promoting Cherokee traditions, symbolism, and culture. He draws inspiration from his love of nature and Cherokee heritage.
Description: Framed Photo 24x20
Description: 16X20" Framed photo of a Red Tailed Hawk
Description: 4X6" Postcards in holders from Graphics prints