For more than 25 years, Arlene Fisher has been capturing the peacefulness and serenity of rural Lancaster life in her paintings. It is her way of preserving Lancaster's farms.
Her works are prized in Lancaster and are treasured by fans of Americana across the country. Part of her charm is that she "doesn't make this stuff up". Each of the homes, farms , schoolhouses, and other outbuildings portrayed in her paintings actually exist.
Arlene paints in the field -- occasionally competing with those black & white cows for a good view, and works as well in her rustic studio in the barn adjacent to the family home. She shows her work personally at her studio and a few art & craft shows each year.