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Sally Caldwell Fisher Newport Tennis Limited Edition Canvas 



      


Sally Caldwell Fisher Newport Tennis Limited Edition Canvas   Sally Caldwell Fisher

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: Limited to 100 | Dim:20 x 16 | Sally Caldwell Fisher| Item #: SCF00003

Price: $ 495.00 USD      

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Sally Caldwell Fisher Newport Tennis Limited Edition Canvas   is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $165.00 over 60 days.

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12/8/2016  $165.00 1st payment
1/7/2017  $165.00 2nd payment
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Available for purchase today, December  8, 2016

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Newport Tennis, LIMITED EDITION CANVAS

NOTES: I’ve always found myself fascinated by turn of the century opulence and Victorian high times. The old part of Newport, Rhode Island is a perfect place to find the wealthy pursing fun. There’s an air of mystery about the tennis club itself, since it’s not until you walk through the building and out into the court area that you see the beautiful architecture. The players, the ladies in particular, must adhere to the dress codes of the times despite the rigors of the game and the sultry summer heat.

Newport Tennis Limited Edition Canvas by Sally Caldwell Fisher Is a Limited Edition production by the Artist. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this Art Work is an authentic Limited Edition production from  Sally Caldwell Fisher. This Limited Edition is Signed and Numbered by the artist.

Sally Caldwell Fisher bio

I was born in 1951, in Philadelphia. My sisters and brothers and I grew up in Birmingham , Michigan. Our mother was a gifted watercolorist who never had the time to pursue her own creative passion. She transferred those desires to my sister and me, who took them up almost dutifully. Our mother provided us with good materials, for which I will always thank her, as some of the real magic of painting is released through the alchemy of paint and surface. Over the years, my style has evolved consistently, as I have evolved. Change and openness are essential to the creative spirit. I can never adequately describe my art , as it defies easy categorization. Much of it has reflected coastal New England life with an emphasis on the marine. My children were brought up in a Maine fishing village out of which my husband ran a boat fishing for lobster, bluefin tuna, urchins, and other exotic and magical creatures of the deep. All the time spent on the water has deeply affected my work. My experiences in the world of art publication led me to branch out and explore the world of the narrative as inspired by old photographs. This offers a rich and limitless vein of possibility. I never tire of probing into the past for inspiration. I also started to create art for events, such as the America s Cup races, the Wooden Boat Shows, various parades and festivals, even the Monte Carlo Circus. My love for the artless self-composition of interacting figures and human body language have always led a light-hearted humor to the paintings, which have sometimes been called "naïve." The word "naïve" has always troubled me because I do not feel naïve. I often feel pretty cynical and let down. But I do feel a genuine affection for the people I invite into the paintings, people who are simply part of the composition, going about their business unawares, as if in snapshots. Now, in midlife, I have experienced quite a bit of loss and change. So much so that it would be disingenuous not to change in my art .. I am returning more to landscape out of love for the beauty of the world around me. The human presence is, of course, always implied at the very least. I desire to be a strong unseen presence, involved in the scene before me. Still, never far from the whimsical, I love to paint animals and objects and people. I am more interested in being eclectic than in being easily categorized. I am no classical artist. I am a painter whose work is her greatest source of well-being.