Phil Fisher’s formal education began early in life with the influence of his talented artist father and the encouragement of his proud mother. He studied at the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, FL, The Instituto in San Miguel d'Allende, Mexico, The University of Toledo, and The Toledo Museum of Art. He has also studied with such noted artists as Walter Chapman and Don Andrews. Fisher’s watercolors have been juried by his peers into many national and international exhibitions and garnered many awards. More than 50 corporations, internationally, have his work, including Anderson Consulting, Lucient Technologies, Turner Industries (T.I.E.), Sprint, and in the collections of McDonald Securities and Premier Properties.
Currently located in historic Crayton Cove by Naples City Dock, Fisher owns and operates Phil Fisher Gallery/Studio with his artist wife and gallery partner, Natalie Guess. His list of commissions includes several large oils for the Collier County Museum, book illustrations and images for prints to raise funds for a multitude of art and wildlife organizations including Endangered Species Research Foundation, Inc which funds the ARK 2000 project for the PAWS animal rescue organization in Galt, CA.
"I like to think of my paintings as sanctuary for those whom feel anesthetized by technology."
- Phil Fisher
After the Rain
French Lane,Mackinac Island