Updated: Jan 26, 2021
It's Spring in new Hampshire. Outside our homes the outdoors are nothing short of spectacular. A multitude of green glimmers in sunlight. Wildlife are awake with new beginnings.
At the same time, we humans face a virus. We stumble through unknown after unknown. The way we live, the way we work, and the way we interact has changed dramatically. Weeks have already passed. We discuss a duration of months, even years and talk of changes that could be felt forever.
My family and I had hoped to open a small art gallery in New Hampshire, one whose goals were to celebrate the beauty of nature. While any plans for a brick and mortar version need to wait, that is ok. I can be patient. And I can reinvent.
I am used to meandering paths. Actually, my life has been on a constant curvature. I can see that what might feel like disappointment is in fact an opportunity. I am fortunate to have family hunkered down in my home with me. They share the same awe I feel at the change of the season. We watch the trees bud and flowers bloom together. We smile at the return of birds, salamanders, frogs, and turtles to the sunlight. Using all of this as inspiration, I work diligently on the Fischer Arts Website. I mat, frame, and appreciate the amazing pieces I have here with me and feel grateful that (although I can't explain the timing), I moved them all into a small office space in my home late in the Winter.
But here they are, with me now. I welcome the opportunity to share them others.
And I look eagerly to the future, when other artists might join me in this endeavor.
Welcome to Fischer Arts.