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Clarence Fisher
 
 
                 
 
 
 
 

The UP Made Artist Market is pleased to welcome Clarence Fisher to the art gallery. A 1963 graduate of Michigan Tech and retired president and CEO of the Upper Peninsula Energy Co and UPPCO, Clarence is also a veteran of the U.S. Army Reserves.

     His recognition as an accomplished artist began with Finlandia University commissioning Clarence to paint watercolors of the “Hoover Center” and “Old Main”. In 2014 two of his paintings were part of the display at the Eagle Harbor Art Show. More recently his work was on exhibit at the Superior National Bank in Hancock.

    Clarence’s main focus is landscape and historic sites of the Keweenaw. He is an active member of the Keweenaw County Historical Society serving as chairperson for the restoration of the Central Mine settlement.  He is a member of the Copper Country Artists Association where his paintings are also on display at their Calumet Studio. Various charity organizations have benefitted from donations by Clarence. His paintings are framed and are also available as frame art/note cards.

     Clarence and his wife Yvonne reside in Hancock and Eagle Harbor with their 2 girls and family not too far away in the Milwaukee area.  

Clarence and his wife, Yvonne, reside in Hancock and Eagle Harbor.


 

 
Sandy Long
 
 
Being a pastor's wife and raising 2 children kept Sandy Long very busy for many years. After her children went off to college and careers, she began doing oil and acrylic painting on rocks and from there moved to canvas.
 
Sandy lives in Fremont, MI with her husband Don. Three years ago they bought a home in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, spending as much time there as they can in the summer and fall.  Sandy travels all over Michigan, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming with her husband as he represents a Christian home for people with developmental disabilities. The beauty of the West as well as the UP have influenced her work.  Sandy says that she really enjoys being out in God's creation and seeing His handiwork. It is only natural for her to make this the subject of her artwork. Sandy has painted rocks, refrigerator rock magnets, and canvas work in the market.
 
 

  

Terry Mills 
Terry has been drawing since he was a child, when he and his twin brother would sit at the kitchen table and draw for hours. He draws his inspiration from the beautiful landscapes and scenery of the Keweenaw Peninsula and Lake Superior, and the history and variety of historical buildings in his hometown of Calumet, Michigan.

Terry is self-taught, and credits perfecting his technique of wet oil painting to internationally known artist Bob Ross, along with Dorothy Dent and Brenda Harris. He uses mostly water soluble oils on stretched triple primed canvas. Terry will have a variety of paintings on display at the market.