Temporary Happiness



In Jeremy Fisher‘s piece entitled Temporary Happiness, he is exploring the ideas of connection we share and how these relationships evolve over time. The two deer represented in the piece, illustrate that while they are geographically separated by a gap, they are still connected. To Fisher, the use of the skulls remind us of our humanity and our underlying persistence of story telling even after life.

Jeremy Fisher’s art embodies topics of adaption and adjustment. Coming from a rural space in Pennsylvania to a more urban Los Angeles, Fisher is drawn to the ideas of opposing imagery. In his Temporary Happiness piece, the deer and their environments become places they must adapt to, on the terrain of human skulls.

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