Laura Fischman
Sun Coming OutEvergreenClearingBarren Tree, DawnTree at DawnBright Lights - Approaching TownRemnantsSpring ApproachFields (from train)Cone and Electrical BoxHomes in MedfordTrying to Stay Afloat (Thinking about Orange)Dusk Comes EarlyAround the BendNight ApproachHow far is far enough?7/4/17Stormy SkyStormy Sky IIA break in the stormUntitledUntitled (Green)Untitled (Confronting My Chromophobia, II)Untitled (Purple Light; Confronting My Chromophobia, I)Sea with PinkSquinting at the SunWater and SandBeachsidePushing through and holding your breadthRainy MondayProvincetownPond (July, Cape Cod)The Greens of JulyGreen (yearning for Spring)AlleyDusk (line of clouds)Tree 2Sun Peaking ThroughFall (by the campfire #1)Fall (by the campfire, #2)UntitledTides As the fog begins to lift (Vermont)Late Dusk (Vermont)Icy SkiesIcy Skies - BeachIcy Skies and RocksIcy Skies and PathIcy Skies - Setting SunFrom here to thereOn Top, At the BottomLong Dawn3 PM I95Through the Fog (Tasmania)Up AheadFallFall (2)With, to, through.545 AM High tide, low sunSouth Dakota Across the MarshBoston (Citgo)ReflectionHorizon (Purple)Horizon (blue)As the light begins to change (seasons)Settling InQuietingFrom my windowWeather (Glow)Through the RainUntitled (from above)Through the NightDriving in the WinterThe FlatsSometimes there is relief in the rainDriving (Lights)Untitled (Ghent Sky)Untitled (Blue)The Icy Skies at Night(dis)illusioinAt the ICAThe Space of AnticipationUntitled (purple)UntitledBetween Here and There (2)Approach/AvoidanceWeather (lost)Past/Passed (snowdrift)PostBeyond DuskInterreflection/InnerreflectionInterreflection/Innerreflection (detail)Driving at Night (2)Night RainDiffusionNight FallsUntitled (purple) 2Bubbles & FoamUntitled (green)Night SkyWork Installed at Fourth Wall Project, April 2013Work Installed at Fourth Wall Project, April 2013
Works Installed at Fourth Wall Project, April 2013

Work Installed at Fourth Wall Project, April 2013
Works Installed at Fourth Wall Project, April 2013
Landscape Inspired Works
Expanses of space and light; places are at once familiar and unknowable.

The stillness of a moment or a memory, its fleeting nature, and, ultimately the impossibility of controlling time. I engage with both that which can be represented and that which is invisible, hidden and internal – the intersection of the physical and the psychological.