My current body of work speaks to the beauty in the notion that we can be both individual and unified simultaneously. Many views, one horizon line. Many roads, one sky. My paintings investigate this idea by exploring movement through the landscape, showing the intersecting and overlapping environments that we travel through.

I use oil paint because it allows me to work with both subtle and pronounced interplays of color to delineate vertical fragments of memories, as well as to tie them together across an articulated horizon. I enjoy creating visual puzzles which challenge viewers to fit together the pieces of their own travel memories as they move into and over and through the terrain I'm creating.



Ms. Fisher holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan. She recently moved to California, and now resides and works in downtown Los Angeles.