My cataract surgery is healing nicely and it is time to continue making portraits of women artists. My goal is gender parity in my archive. Funding this effort is one of my continuing goals. My goal is in view and new portraits will be added as they are produced. I will also be exhibiting Mandalas at Gallery 1855 in Davis, CA this August and giving a gallery talk about their place in my life practice.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
The work represented in the galleries on this site runs the gamut of my fine art production spanning over fifty years and beginning in 1962. There are twenty six galleries with my work in many different mediums. They include my artist portraits, sculpture, mandalas and drawings plus some of my commercial work. Two other galleries contain nude figure studies made by my Dad, Glen Fishback from 1937 - the mid 1940s and his images of Edward Weston working on Point Lobos near Carmel, CA in 1937. Most of the works pictured are available for purchase. Please feel free to contact me for a custom quote based on your interest.
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