Ka Fisher

Ka Fisher is a painter and a printmaker who approaches the printmakers’ pantheon from a great distance – an intentional and satisfactory approach.  She studied studio art at Indiana University, holds a bachelor’s degree in studio art from West Texas A&M University, and completed graduate work in studio art from the university of Arizona.  Exclusively represented in Arizona by Wilde Meyer Gallery in Scottsdale, Ka’s work contemporizes the American Southwest.

“My love affair with the Southwest began at the edges in Texas.  I was coming into it but not of it – not yet.  As a painter and printmaker, I am interested in the gestalt of the subject, the drama of the ordinary, and the gesture of the figure relating to the ground.  I let all of my expressionistic training, plus a love of figure, color, and problem solving, direct the work.  I try not to sacrifice integrity for marketability.  I try to take workshops of note for me.  Conferring with others, sticking with mentors, and remaining a lifelong student keeps me redirecting the impetus of my work.”

Below are examples of Ka Fisher’s work.  Please contact us for more information.

Studio Dog

Studio Dog

Winter to Spring

Waiting For New Shoes

American Horse in Mexico

American Horse in Mexico

Carousel Horse Fantasy

Carousel Horse Fantasy

The Almost Hemingway Cat

The Almost Hemingway Cat

Deer Dancer I

Deer Dancer I

Dreamboat Annie Cruisin'

Dreamboat Annie Cruisin’

Airing Out

Airing Out

Northern Moon Comes Calling

Northern Moon Comes Calling

Billy Blue Hat Rides

Billy Blue Hat Rides

Snow Day

Snow Day