The Fischer Gallery, located in Rockland, Maine, exhibits and sells photographs created by two brothers and a sister; Neil Reichline, Andrew Reichline and Rhonda Reichline Dubin. Neil, a Los Angeles based Director of Photography of long standing, has shot award winning national television commercials and documentaries as well as photographs. Andrew, a psychotherapist in private practice and photographer, lives in Rockland. Rhonda, a computer consultant and photographer, resides in San Francisco. The gallery is named for their grandfather, Geza Fischer.
The spectrum of subject matter and style covered by these three artists is both broad and deep. All three siblings have traveled widely and each has an exceptional eye for shape, color and texture. And all three, perhaps because their father was a beloved and loving parent and psychotherapist, are gifted with a deeply appreciative instinct for people and nature.
Geza Fischer (pictured in our logo) came from Hungary to the United States in 1911 with the dream of becoming a successful artist. He became a sought after portrait painter and was able to provide for his wife and four children while living in New York City. It never occurred to him that after he had realized his own dream, one of his sons, Sam Fischer, would become a noted painter himself, nor that his oldest daughter Margaret Fischer would raise three children with a similar artistic bent in the area of photography. Other grandchildren also followed in his footsteps, earning livings creating stained glass and jewelry. The three Fischer sibling grandchildren decided to open a gallery to share their love of photography with each other and with you.