Raised on a farm in northeastern Mississippi during the years of the Great Depression, George Wardlaw emerged from humble beginnings to become an artist‐at Ole Miss‐and a member of the avant-garde scene in New York City during the 1950s and ‘60s. He flourished as an important figure in American art and an influential teacher at Yale University and University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he continues to live and work.
George Wardlaw's work has been collected by Museums, Corporations and Private Collectors across the country.
Fischer Galleries is honored to show the most recent body of work by this significant Mississippi Artist. We hope you can come by, meet Mr. Wardlaw, who is now 89 years of age, and see these two outstanding shows.