Darren Fisher is a Keyport, NJ artist whose works in metal, wood and earth include jewelry, furniture, decorative arts and indoor/outdoor installations. After citations for Outstanding Achievement in Fine Art Metals two years running and upon graduation from Millersville in 2001, Darren was quickly accepted as a Resident Artist and Metalsmith at the prestigious Arrowmont School of Art and Craft in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Subsequent situations have included Blacksmith for Fine Architectural Metalsmiths in Florida, NY and Jewelry Studio Supervisor at the University of the Arts, Philadelphia PA. Darren is the Manager of the Sculpture, Jewelry, and 3-D Studios at New Jersey City University, Jersey City NJ, where he received his MFA in sculpture in 2014. He is now an adjunct professor currently teaching Sculpture I. Darren’s works have been displayed in numerous shows, exhibitions and galleries including Mining Vernacular: Earth. Work. Edifice., MFA Exhibition, New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ, INSITE: The Intersection of Art and Architecture, South Orange, NJ, AIR 20th Anniversary Show, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg TN, the CAA Regional MFA Juried Exhibition, Bethel University, New York, NY and the Red Door Gallery, Ludington, MI.