Daniel Fisher is an award winning artist who's love for making art started at a young age. Daniel has an endless stream of creative energy and an unwavering passion for learning and creating new art.
Daniel loves working with all manner of materials and trying new things, he often uses recycled materials such as car parts, cutlery, old tools and organic matter like bones and drift wood.
Daniel has works in private collections internationally and has held multiple solo exhibitions and is currently enjoying doing commissions for an ever growing clientele.
Daniel lives and work in the Margaret River region of Western Australia and has immersed himself in nature living in the bush where he can closely observe all its wonder.
Below is an Owl made from cutlery and steel using blacksmith techniques to heat, bend and texture the metal.
Heating a bolt which will become the owls beak.
The bolt is hammered into desired shape with the threads of the bolt left to add extra texture, it's then welded onto the
round pipe and the beginnings of the face are now clear to see.
The owl is finished with a mixture of pastes and oils.
Visitors are welcome to view this sculpture located in the city of Busselton W.A on Kent street in the CBD opposite the Coles carpark.
the Bay 2019
Sculpture by the Bay winning piece, "The Guardian"
Dianne Laurance award of excellence & peoples choice
award for 2019.
Daniel has now won this event four times and it continues to be a favorite on the calendar.