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Fisher Stolz is a sculptor exhibiting nationally, with public work currently located at the Hamilton Transit Center in New Jersey, in the Chicago Sculpture Exhibit, Art in Public Places, Knoxville, Tennessee, Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park, Sculptfusion in Michigan City, Indiana, the Urbana Park District and other locations.  His sculpture is created primarily in stainless steel, cast metals and stone that range in scale from interior pedestal pieces through large outdoor works.

Regional commissions include a public sculpture for the Peoria Riverfront Museum, a major outdoor sculpture for Caterpillar, a large interior work for the Peoria Civic Center, a series of exterior and interior bronze and stainless steel reliefs for the Harrison School in Peoria and life size bronze figures for the campus of Bradley University and the Chillicothe Veterans Memorial.

Professor Fisher Stolz is the Sculpture Area Head at Bradley University.  Fisher received his Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Georgia and has studied and taught sculpture abroad in Cortona, Italy. He serves on the International Sculpture Center Board of Trustees and a member of Chicago Sculpture International, where he served as vice president. His home and studio are in Washington, Illinois. He can be contacted directly by e-mail at

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