ROB FISHER SCULPTURE, LLC is the company that Sculptor Rob Fisher formed in the 1990’s. His family and studio staff are continuing to operate the studio, completing and installing the works that were in progress at the time of his sudden death on September 13, 2006.
Rob Fisher Sculpture, LLC is also producing new artworks in aluminum, stainless steel, light and color that honor Rob’s artistic legacy and are inspired by his design direction, aesthetic, and creative sensibility.
True Fisher, continues her work with the office management, while Talley Fisher, their daughter, is now the lead artist. Their son, Brett, directs the websites and consults on aesthetic questions. Talley had worked with her father for years and has his artistic vision and creative intellect. She produced many of his computer images and worked with Rob on numerous design proposals, as well as fabrication and installation. She has a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon and is skilled at concept development, computer simulations and presentations, and collaboration with architects, designers, fabricators, engineers and installers.
A few of the clients who have commissioned Rob Fisher Sculpture, LLC since Rob Fisher’s death are the Las Vegas Airport (2009), and the Indianapolis Airport (2008), Reid Hospital in Richmond, Indiana, and the Byrd Alzheimer's Institute in Tampa, Fl (Aug. 2007). As they are installed, these artworks will appear on the portfolio page on Sculpture.org.
2007 “Solar Sails”, NEST and Totah Ventures, Office Building Lobby,
K Street, Washington, DC. Perforated aluminum and steel cable.
2006 “Norwegian Spring”, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Springfield, OR Suspended Sculpture, Perforated Aluminum, steel cable.
“Seaform”, Horizon Suite Hotel, Hong Kong. Suspended Sculpture, Perforated Aluminum and stainless steel cable.
2006 Royal Carribbean Cruise Lines, Springfield OR Suspended Sculpture
North Colorado Medical Center, Greeley,CO Two suspended sculptures
Presbyterian Hospital of Denton, Texas. Two wall sculptures
Public Art Commission, free-standing sculpture; Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida
Public Art Commission, bridge; glass & programmed light; University of Utah, Salt Lake City
WakeMed Hospital, suspended sculpture for entrance atrium; Cary, North Carolina,
Pasquerilla Spiritual Center, Penn State University, Liturgical Sculpture
2004 Two West Liberty, atrium lobby sculpture, Great Valley, Pennsylvania
Christ Clinic, Suspended atrium sculpture, Cincinnati, Ohio
American Philatelic Society headquarters, suspended wall sculpture, Bellefonte PA
Penn Stater Conference Center/Hotel. Two suspended sculptures.State College PA
Kaiser Permanente Surgery Center, suspended sculpture, Ontario, CA
2003 “American Dream”, Arrivals Hall, Philadelphia International Airport.
Winner national public art competition. monumental light sculptures
“Reigning Knowledge”, stainless steel/ alum, 20’ x 20’ x 75’, National Education Association
headquarters, Washington DC.
“Sea Creatures”, suspended sculptures, 25’ high , Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, FLA
2002 “Slice of Life”, steel/ alum., 35’ x 80’ x 35’ H, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, Wilmington, DE
“Dihedrals”, stainless steel/alum, 25’ x 40’ x 35’H, Gateway Center,, Columbia MD
Liturgical Sculpture, Ark Doors and Eternal Light, bronze, alum., Temple Beth El, Lancaster, PA
“Mt. Nittany/Mt. Fuji, aerial tapestry, Centre Daily Times Offices, State College, PA
“Brother Fire” , free-standing sculpture, Solanus Casey Center, Capuchin Monastery, Detroit, MI
“Reflections”, aerial tapestry, 4.5’ x 14’ x 13’, Hyatt Regency, Jersey City, NJ
2001 “Chambered Nautilus”, steel and alum., 4’ x 2’ x 5.5’H, private residence, Palm Springs, CA
“Protos”, stainless st./ alum., 12’ H x 15’ Wx 7’D Booz Allen Hamilton, Tyson’s Corner, VA
“Sky Dance”, suspended sculpture, Sherman Medical Center, Chicago, Il
2000 “Lanterna”, stainless steel, 12’ H x 15’ Wx 7’D, Jackson National Life, Lansing MI
“Patterns of Nature” , suspended sculpture, Presidential Towers, Chicago, Illinois
“Untitled”, exterior suspended fountain, Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ
“Weather of Not”, suspended atrium sculpture, Penn Stater Conference Center
1999 “Strata: Various”, suspended sculpture, Applied Research Lab, Penn State University
"Origin". Stainless Steel exterior sculpture. ELG Haniel Corp (Germany), Pittsburgh, PA
“Clouds”, Steel, Aluminum. 15’ x 15’ x 45’ h. Banco Popular Center, St. Thomas, VI
“Passage”, Stainless Steel, Anodized Aluminum, Painted Steel. 16’ wide x 10’ high x 4’ deep. Suspended Sanctuary Sculpture. Temple Beth-Or, Hohokus, NJ
Finalist, Chicago Midway Airport. “Flying Chicago”, Suspended Sculpture Proposal
1998 "Full Circle", Steel, Copper, Brass, Alum. 4' dia x 5' high. Philip Services Corp.,CN
“Menorah”, Liturgical Sculpture. Brass, Steel. Temple Beth-Or, Hohokus, NJ
1996 "Olympos,” architectural computer animated illumination of Atlanta's tallest building. Centennial Olympic Games, NationsBank Plaza, Atlanta, GA
"The Garden,” suspended sculpture, Private Residence, State College, PA
"Avian Galaxy,” suspended sculpture, perforated aluminum shapes on stainless steel bead chain. VIP Lounge, Rinku Gate Tower Building, Rinku Town (Kansai airport), Japan, 1996
1995 "Aviary,” suspended sculpture, perforated aluminum shapes on stainless steel bead chain, painted suspension grid, Newport Tower, New Jersey
1993 "The Butterfly Garden,” suspended sculptureThe Mall at Rockingham Park, Salem, New Hampshire
1991-92 Light sculpture, steel space frame structure, lasers, fiberoptics, interactive computers, Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, PA. (commissioned proposal)
1991 "Symphony of the Air,” suspended sculpture, stainless steel, Scottsdale, AZ.
1990 "Fandango,” aluminum, nylon fabric, Crystal River, Florida.
"See-Scape,” environmental sculpture, composition of several suspended sculptures, aluminum, brass and stainless steel, ”Forte" City Center, Hamamatsu, Japan.
"Wave Form,” suspended sculpture, stainless steel and aluminum, Water Environmental Control Federation Headquarters, Alexandria, VA.
1988-89 "A Page from the Book of Skies,” suspended sculpture, stainless steel and aluminum,
Madinat Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah Medical Center, Saudi-Arabia.
1988 "See-Scape,” suspended sculpture, Park Cardiagraphics Headquarters, Taunton, MA.
1986 "Skyharp: Osaka," suspended sculpture, st. steel and alum., Osaka Hilton International, Osaka, Japan.
"Skyharp" series, suspended sculpture, Carolina Corporate Center, Raleigh, NC.
1984 "Orchids for Ivana,” 400 hand blown orchids, plexiglas and brass, Trump Plaza, Atlantic City.
1982 "Galaxy,” suspended atrium sculpture, stainless steel, brass, cable, Howard Johnson's
Headquarters, Quincy, MA.
1981 "Standing Columns, Scattered Moon,” fountain, st. steel, State of the Art Co. State College, PA
"Skylines,” stainless steel tubing, People's National Bank, State College, PA.
"Arcs from a Golden Plane,” suspended sculpture, steel,brass, Mellon Bank, State College, PA..
"Northern Lights,” suspended atrium sculpture, stainless steel tubing, aircraft cable, brass rod, plexiglas, Playboy Hotel/Casino, Atlantic City.
1980 "Atmospheres,” recessed wall sculptures, six works, brass, kinetic light, formica, Ball-Unimark
Plastics Corporation factory, Milroy, PA.
1979 "Sybil's Sculptures,” plexiglas, brass, stainless steel, Sybil's at the New York Hilton, NYC
"Architectural Jewel,” lobby sculpture, brass, stainless steel tube, Claridge House Apts, NYC.
1978 "Altoona Dreamscape: The Silver Chief,” park sculpture, steel, fiberglass, Altoona, PA.
"Trophy,” brass, plexiglas, award to Evonne Goolagong by Women's Tennis Association.
1977 "Mirror Images,” two suspended sculptures, brass, chrome, copperplate on stainless cable, Hilton Gateway Lobby, Newark, NJ.
"Sybil's Sculpture,” suspended sculpture, plexiglas, brass, Sybil's at The New York Hilton, NYC
"Gateway Fountain,” fiberglass, water, Gateway Science Center, Philadelphia, PA.