10 Questions With… Mary Fisher

Untethered Souls. 2017. Medium: Textile construction. Materials and techniques: Overbeaten natural fibers on hand-dyed silk serigraph.  Serigraph on dyed organza. Burned edges. Image courtesy of Mary Fisher.

Lifeline 6. 2017. Medium: Textile construction. Materials and techniques: Overbeaten natural fibers, yarn, and thread structure on hand-dyed cotton serigraph. Burned edges. Photography courtesy of Mary Fisher.

Water. 2017. Medium: Textile construction. Materials and techniques: Paper laminated organza on screen-printed cotton with handwoven pieces collaged. Hand embroidery. Burned edges. Image courtesy of Mary Fisher.

He Left Too Soon. 2017. Medium: Textile construction. Materials and techniques: Overbeaten natural fibers, yarn, and thread collage structure on hand-dyed organza and silk and felt. Burned edges. Image courtesy of Mary Fisher.

He Showed Up. 2017. Medium: Textile construction. Materials and techniques: Yarn and thread collaged structure on hand-dyed organza on screen printed, silver leafed handwoven fabric. Image courtesy of Mary Fisher.

Artwork lines a corridor inside Mary Fisher's gallery. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

Destruction to Ascension features hanging figures made with over-beaten natural fibers, yarn, and thread. Base structures include silk serigraph, paper lamination, collage, hand embroidery, gold leaf, and burned edges. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

Destruction to Ascension. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

Destruction to Ascension. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

Destruction to Ascension. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

Fisher at work in her studio. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

Fisher's studio. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

Fisher's works in her studio. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

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