About Andrea Fisher

Andrea Fisher developed her eye for nuance and beauty throughout her former career as a dancer and choreographer. Her New York City dance company, the Andrea Fisher Dance Company, performed throughout the 1980’s in New York City dance festivals, New York City theaters, universities and at the former Frick Estate (Nassau County Museum of Art). She was a guest artist on cable television’s “Art Scene on Long Island”, hosted by Shirley Romaine; a program that also featured Louise Nevelson. Her choreography, featured in The New York Times and Dance Magazine, was awarded numerous grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, where she later had the honor of serving as a grant panelist.

In a second phase of her creative life, she celebrates the beauty of classicism. She is a designer of refined, exquisite interiors and enchanting gardens, holding the title as the Official Garden Designer to the Mission of Argentina to the United Nations and a dealer of 18th and 19th century French Academic Art.

As a Fine Art and Antique dealer, for over twenty years, her passion and expertise is in the 18th century French Rococo Drawings and Prints and 19th century French Academic Paintings. She has auctioned fine art and antiques at Christie’s and Sotheby’s and procures period art for art scholars, ambassadors, art collectors and interior designers worldwide, as well as the clients she designs for.

Interestingly, it was Fisher’s art and antique clients (from her previous business, Thursday’s Antiques and Andrea Fisher Fine Art), who began requesting her help in the designing of their homes and gardens that led to the creation of Andrea Fisher Design. What was at first requests for assistance in the selection and placing of specific pieces in her client’s homes would later become requests for designing entire spaces. While committed to design, Fisher still very much enjoys researching and pursuing period art, which remains one of her great passions. She has procured and sold art pieces that have been of interest to museums and pieces from her gallery, and her designs, have been featured in national magazines and newspapers.

Although Fisher’s aesthetic is rooted in classicism, she enjoys taking her design inspiration from the style of the architecture and the client’s personal style. She also enjoys using elegant contemporary pieces along side of period pieces. Breathtaking contemporary art as well as 18th c. French art mingle happily together. Beauty compliments beauty. Her goal is always to…

inspire a level of beauty which lifts one’s soul.

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Andrea Fisher Design

Andrea Fisher Design