"If someone spends a moment in my soul's room, looking at my paintings, resting by sculptures, I hope they'll not forget their visit. I want them to feel my soul's feelings; I want them to ask my soul's questions. I want them to stammer as I do when groping for an answer."
Though Mary Fisher may be best known as an author and AIDS advocate, her lifelong profession has been art. She's woven tapestries, designed linens, and in the past fifteen years has begun to focus on handmade paper, acrylic paint painting, photography and sculpture. Her goal is simple: to capture life in images and to create expressions whose source is her soul.
Mary has a website at www.maryfisher.com/.