Gary Fisher

Gary Fisher, a former U.S. Justice Department attorney, is a Washington, DC, artist and art director of The Results Galleries at the Results the Gyms. The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities selected Gary to decorate one of 200 donkey and elephant sculptures displayed throughout the nation's capital as part of the celebrated Party Animals exhibition, he decorated one of the dolphins in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware’s Dolphins Around Town project in 2003, and his work has been included in the U.S. State Department’s prestigious Art in Embassies Program. Gary’s work has been exhibited at numerous galleries and other venues in Washington, DC, and is currently represented by the Philip Morton Gallery in Rehoboth Beach Delaware, Gallery Plan B in Washington DC Gary has exhibited work in numerous venues in the mid-Atlantic region including the Embassy of France, the Corcoran Gallery of Art Alternative Space, the Rivaga Gallery, the Wilson Art Center Gallery, and the Peninsula Gallery. Gary is active in community affairs and has donated works to help raise money for such charitable organizations as Food & Friends, GLAAD, CAMP Rehoboth, and the Victory Fund. Many of Gary's paintings hang in Washington, DC, business and government offices, as well as in the homes of art collectors and friends around the world.