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Judith Ann Fisher


I have collected papers for many years, with the intention of creating collages - antique papers, wallpaper, children's book illustrations - with particular themes: the four elements, no more war, collages that illustrate chapters from my book - Bookbinder's Daughter.

Artist JudithAnn Fisher at work.jpeg

Collage—A world of visual opportunity waited for me to collect and cut, arrange and paste. Images, photographs, colors and textures; History re-visioned, climate changes witnessed…expressed in my new artistic form.  Collage!

Bits of paper coming together to surprise and satisfy the Artist in me.

 As a young child, I dreamed of this ‘career’ path—Drew flower gardens with crayons and snipped paper snowflakes. My longing for Art helped me forge my way and fulfill my dreams: Weaver, jeweler, photographer; Author (Bookbinder’s Daughter, a Life Lost and Found), interior and building designer (designed our home). I love and embrace it all, blessed with the chance to live my life as an Artist.

Directions to Studio #23 at 25215 Ten Mile Road, Point Arena. From Point Arena turn east on Riverside/Eureka Hill Road. Stay right onto Ten Mile Road. Driveway is on the right. Studio is on the first left down the hill.  Approaching from the south:  Go 4.5 miles from Iverson / Ten Mile intersection.

Studio Hours:

Tour Dates August 26 & 27 September 2-4
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For everyone's safety, pandemic protocols of masking and distancing are observed.



Cell Phone: 707-684-9633

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