Besides having his work shown in the gallery's ongoing holdings space, Fifer was most recently featured in a duo solo exhibit for the 15th Annual "The Luminous Landscape". An acknowledged plein air master, Gary Fifer traces his artistic roots to the American Impressionists who painted in New York and Connecticut during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He was a long-time protege of Arthur Maynard who, in turn, studied under Frank V. Dumond and was, himself, taught by Willard Metcalf. Dumond was an instructor at the Art Students League of New York (ASLNY) and the Ridgewood Art Institute, in New Jersey. Fifer also studied with Frank Mason at the ASLNY and, later, at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts in New York.
Gary has been home-based in the Manchester, VT, area since 2005, quite a change from his Hudson Valley beginnings. The gallery has had a 22+ year relationship with Gary and we continue to be his primary gallery in the United States. Prices for paintings on hand range from $1,500 to $6,000.