Metal Art






atelier HUCK FISHER has collaborated with architects, town managers, site supervisors, specifiers, engineers, and interior designers in projects involving commercial and public metal art installations. With over 40 years of accumulated experience, atelier HUCK FISHER has the expertise in metal design and manufacture to enable them to create large and innovative sculptures and architectural designs.

In 1999 the Government of Canada commissioned the 'Pisces Chandelier': a historical reproduction of an early-20th century grand bronze chandelier. In 2001, the Town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia commissioned atelier HUCK FISHER to design and create a streetscape installation befitting the character and history of the town, resulting in the 'Lunenburg Fish Project' of 44 painted aluminum fish sculptures. atelier HUCK FISHER also collaborated with The Art Gallery (Museum) of Nova Scotia, in Halifax, in the design of a grand entrance gateway to their sculpture court; Great American Restaurants in the Washington DC area; Vail Development Corporation and Arrabelle Resort, in Vail, Colorado; the Town of Lauderdale- By-The-Sea, Florida; and other commercial businesses in the US, Canada, and Japan, to create defining public images.