Transformation -- Stainless steel, bronze -- 16'L x 10'W x 12'H -- photo by: Jyoti Srivastava
Perspective -- Marble, bronze, iron -- 2'L x 1'W x 2'H
AJ Robertson
AJ Robertson -- Life-size Bronze -- 6'L x 3'W x 6'H
Event -- limestone, stainless steel -- 3’L x 3’W x 9’H
Decision Point -- limestone, stainless steel -- 10’L x 8’W x 8’H
Illumination -- steel, aluminum, marble, granite, light -- 15’L x 15’W x 10H
Imprints of Education
Imprints of Education -- bronze, stainless steel -- 10’L x 10’W x 3”D
Hurricane -- marble, cast iron, steel, stainless steel -- 8’L x 5’W x 2’6”H
New Era
New Era -- steel, aluminum, granite -- 35’L x 20’W x 9’H

Fisher Stolz is a sculptor exhibiting nationally, with work notably at the Hamilton Train Station in New Jersey and the International Terminal at O’Hare Airport in Chicago.  Recent commissions include a major outdoor sculpture for Caterpillar. His sculpture is created primarily in stone, steel and cast metals that range in scale from interior pedestal pieces through large outdoor works.  Fisher received his Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Georgia and also studied abroad in Cortona, Italy.  In 2005, he returned to Cortona for a semester as sculpture faculty. Fisher Stolz is a tenured professor at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois where he has been teaching sculpture since 1994.  He is a board member of Chicago Sculpture International, among others, and is a working artist with a home and studio in Washington, Illinois.