Sally Caldwell Fisher

Born and raised in the mid-west, Sally Caldwell Fisher was given watercolors at an early age by her Mother, also an artist and was always provided with good materials to work with. After graduating form the University of Michigan in 1972, Caldwell Fisher moved to coastal New England where she has been painting her favorite subjects ever since. An avid collector of antique photographs and reproductions, she is constantly finding inspiration in, and therefore, keeps an eye to the past.
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Afternoon Sunbath

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Balloons In The Park

Sally Caldwell Fisher’s exuberant Americana paintings have been commissioned by the America’s Cup, Tall Ships and the Wooden Boat Show. Inspired by coastal life from Maine to Florida, her work has been featured in "Yankee Magazine," "American Artist" and "Décor." Her paintings are included in prestigious collections around the world including the Smithsonian, Bruce Museum, the White House and several Japanese corporations.
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Ghosting In The Moonlight

Sally Caldwell Fisher’s exuberant Americana paintings have been commissioned by the America’s Cup, Tall Ships and the Wooden Boat Show. Inspired by coastal life from Maine to Florida, her work has been featured in "Yankee Magazine," "American Artist," and "Décor." Her paintings are included in prestigious collections around the world including the Smithsonian, Bruce Museum, the White House and several Japanese corporations.
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Gone To Seed

Sally Caldwell Fisher’s American landscapes often observe the melding of nature’s beauty with man’s everyday life. In Gone to Seed, a backdrop of historic farmhouses provides a pleasant contrast to the fields of vibrant seed poppies.
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Newport Tennis

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.
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Portland Head Lighthouse

Maine is home to many of the nation’s oldest lighthouses. One of the most picturesque is Cape Elizabeth’s magnificent 200-year-old Portland Head. The rich and colorful history of this 72-foot tower makes it one of the country’s most photographed lighthouses. At the urging of George Washington, the federal government took over the construction and operation of lighthouses, and the first Congress of the newborn country appropriated $1500 to complete the building of Portland Head Light. With this authorization, Portland Head Light was the second lighthouse to be commissioned by the new government, and first shone its light on January 10, 1791. Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow would sit on the rocks on the south side of the beacon and write, exploiting the point’s serenity. Today the isolated spot where Longfellow penned his famous lighthouse poem is one of Maine’s most popular tourist attractions.
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