Due to the high demand and the continued positive feedback the SOUS TERRE Gallery will once again exhibit Richard´s floral photography at the Appeltern Art Fair in September 2021. Thereafter the exhibit will move to Lithoijen and will be displayed at the gallery´s own venue. For the very first time, Richard is exposing a collection from his newly created Cycle IV EBONY IVORY.
Due to the high demand for Richard Fischer’s work and the continued positive feedback for his extraordinary exhibition at the Gallery SOUS TERRE in Lithoijen, the Netherlands, the exhibition has been extended to March 2021. Individual appointments can be arranged with gallerist Nol De Groot. Please call tel. no.
Due to the high demand for Richard Fischer’s work and the continued extremely positive feedback for his extraordinary current exhibition at the Gallery SOUS TERRE in Lithoijen, the Netherlands, the exhibition has been extended to January 7th 2021. Individual appointments can be arranged with gallerist Nol De Groot. Please call tel. no. 0031 412 - 48 21 59 to take advantage of these exclusive arrangements at the gallery SOUS TERRE to personally experience the impressive collection of Richard’s stunning floral images in a unique gallery environment.
is the metaphorical artistic implementation to raise public awareness for a dying biological world. The burial of a unique endangered plant photograph by artist Richard Fischer underlines the reality of climate change that is a disturbing and irritating fact.
This exclusive artwork was buried and exposed to humus, rain, heat, cold, humidity, decay, and to absolute darkness. It was then exhumed for final presentation in the Flower Art Museum.
Renown artist and “Ambassador of Flowers” Richard Fischer to exhibit in the Netherlands
Grand exhibition at Flower Art Museum, October 2019 - January 2020
Top international photographer Richard Fischer will exhibit at the Flower Art Museum in Aalsmeer – Amsterdam later this year. Fischer is one of the most prominent botanical photographers worldwide. Due to his commitment and his unique portraits of endangered blossoms, he is also referred to as the “Ambassador of Flowers”.