I am an early-retired graphic artist; having spent some 30 years doing digital animation, illustration and graphic design for TV. My first love was in the analogue world of oil painting and ink drawings, however, and I have now gone back to doing this full time.
This is my studio, tucked in between Georgian Bay and The Blue Mountains. I feed birds from my deck, and take care of two cats and a rather large dog. My childhood obsession with dinosaurs and airplanes has not entirely disappeared, and I am still very much in touch with the 12 year old David Fisher. I believe this works to my advantage, as a good imagination is important to self-expression.
You can get an idea of my work by browsing through the tabs along the top of this page. It takes weeks and even months to complete, and I am very particular about what I do.
Although my paintings and drawings are for sale, commercial appeal is not a priority. People sometimes ask me about commissions, and although l like to please, my own vision takes priority. Be true to thyself, they say. What I create is taken directly from my very essence. Love it or hate it, I can’t be any more honest with the artwork I create. The art reflects the artist. Period.