October 22 - December 4, 2015
Opening Reception | October 22,
6 - 8 pm | FREE
We’ve all heard that “home is where the heart is”, but what does that mean to you? The Foundry Art Centre’s juried exhibition "Going Home" asks the artist to explore the question of what is meant by “home”. Is it a place, a feeling, a person, a concept? Does it ground you or set you free? Is it where you begin, end, or reside? This all-media exhibition showcases the artwork of over 45 artists who share with us their version of home.
Mark Appling Fisher grew up in a small farming community in East Central Missouri, received a B.M.Ed. in Music Education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 1972, and earned a Master of Arts in Black and White Photography from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri in 1982.
Mark has taught for more than ten years at the college level in the St. Louis area. He teaches courses in black
and white film photography, alternative photographic processes and digital photography. From educating kindergartners to senior citizens, Mark has always had
a love of teaching.
Mark’s work has been included in more than 120 exhibitions regionally and nationally, including over twenty One-Man Shows. He has also curated a variety of exhibitions. In June 2014, Mark published his first book of photographs, “Turn Left at the Blinking Light”, adding author to his list of artistic achievements.
Visit Mark's Website here.