R O S E - L Y N N   F I S H E R    

contact: roselynnfisher8@gmail.com

Rose-Lynn Fisher’s photography explores interconnections among the realms within realms we inhabit along the micro-macro continuum, evoking sense of place, an inter-referencing of scale, the geometry and abstract beauty of structure and pattern throughout the living world.

Her path to photography and microscopy was fostered by earlier mixed media painting and assemblage, at play with juxtapositions, perspectives, pattern, and story.

Traversing aerial vistas and microscopic domains, her investigations include tears and bees, ocean, bone, and a range of fluids and tissues. Her recent work looks into more conceptual aspects of everyday elements.

She is the author of two books of photomicrographs: The Topography of Tears, a visual study of tears through an optical microscope, and BEE, ultra-close views of honeybees up to 5000x via SEM -scanning electron microscope.

Her work has been featured by Smithsonian Magazine, The New Yorker, The Marginalian, among many international publications and press.

Many exhibitions in galleries, festivals, and museums of art, science, and natural history, include Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Museum of Art Cornell University, Museum of Science Boston, Esbjerg Art Museum Denmark, among others.

In 2024 her work is included in a variety of exhibitions listed below.

She is represented by Craig Krull Gallery in Santa Monica, CA, exhibiting her new work, opening later this summer, participating in PST ART: Art & Science Collide.


MK&G, Hamburg, Germany
WATER PRESSURE: Designing for the Future
curators: Erika Pinner (MK&G)
and Jane Withers Studio
Mar 14 - Oct 13, 2024
includes Topography of Tears
JWithers interview

World Museum Liverpool
BEES: A story of survival
curated by Wolfgang Buttress
May 4, 2024 - May 5, 2025
incl micrographs from Bee series

Munkeruphus Museum (DK)
curators: Anna Maria Orrù, Morten Søndergaard, Annesofie Becker
May 25 - October 10

Écomusée du Marais Salant
Ile de Re, France
Cohésion, larmes de sel
curated by Aurélie GATLE
June 29 - Nov 1

Craig Krull Gallery
PST Art: Art & Science Collide
Stardust: Bone & Botticelli
Santa Monica, CA
August 31 - October 12

Middlebury College Museum of Art
Middlebury, VT
An Invitation to Awe
curated by Katy Smith Abbott
Sept 13 - December 8

Hyde Art Gallery, Grossmont College, La Cajon, CA
Curators Ted Meyer, Annie Claflin
March 18 - April 18


All Ends Well
Directed by Miroslav Janek
won Czech Lion Award for
Best Documentary of 2023
(incl micrographs from Bee series)

Robert Berman Gallery
Bergamot Station, Santa Monica
Focus on Women in Photography
February 14 - March 14

Torrance Art Museum
Torrance, CA
Art and Med
curated by Ted Meyer
July 22 - Sept 9


Curated by Ama Verdonckt
June 15, 2022 - ongoing


TextielMuseum, Tilburg, NL
The Art
of Lace
Curated by Sylvie Marot
Nov 16, 2019 - Sept 6, 2020


Hoyt Gallery, USC Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA
N370S/L444P: Inside Out
Curated by Ted Meyer
August 5 - October 4, 2019

Esbjerg Art Museum
Esbjerg, Denmark
Wunderkammer 1 - liquid form
installation of 48 tear images
Curated by Christiane Finsen
Oct 6, 2018 - Mar 17, 2019
catalog english

Maloka Museum
Bogota, Colombia
Science of Love & Forgiveness
Curated by Nancy Carrillo
Feb 20 - May 2019

Historial de la Vendée

April 25 - Sept 1, 2019



Esbjerg Art Museum
Esbjerg, Denmark

Museum of Lace and Fashion
Calais, France
Haute Dentelle
Curated by Sylvie Marot
June 9, 2018 - January 6, 2019

Het Nieuwe Instituut
Rotterdam, Netherlands
The Human Insect
Curated by Mark Wigley
Mar 1 - Sept 23, 2018

Fresno Art Museum
Fresno, CA
California Nature
Curated by Jay Belloli
Jan 27 - June 10, 2018

Candela Gallery
Richmond, VA
Science as Muse
Jan 5 - Feb 12, 2018


Craig Krull Gallery
The Topography of Tears

Santa Monica, CA
October 21 - Nov 25, 2017

Canada Sci & Technology Museum
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Hidden Worlds
Part of a permanent installation
opening November 17, 2017


Sloan Projects
Santa Monica, CA
Body of Research
Curated by Hannah Sloan
September 10 - Oct 8, 2016

Bakalar & Paine Galleries
Massachusetts College of Art & Design, Boston (MassArt)
Encircling the World: Contemporary Art, Science, and the Sublime
Curated by Darci Hannah
September 19 - Dec 3, 2016

PondyPHOTO 2016
Old Fort, Pondicherry, India
WATER / The Kitchen Sink
Curated by Cheryl Newman
August 27 - Sept 11, 2016

STATE Festival 2016
Festival for open science, art and society. STATE of Emotion.
Berlin, Germany
curated by Daniela Silvestrin
Nov 3 - Nov 5, 2016

Palais de Tokyo
Paris, France
Le Bord des Mondes
curator Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel
February 18- May 17, 2015

Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY,
Nova Scotia Museum Natural History,
Gallery Tanto Tempo, Kobe, Japan,
University of Wisconsin,
Morris Museum Morristown, NJ

Museum of Science Boston
Lotusland, Santa Barbara, CA
Mt Rokko Intl Photo Festival, Kobe

Museum of Science Boston, MA
Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL
Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA,
Piermont Straus, Piermont, NY






1978            BFA Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, 1976-78
1973-75       UCLA, UC Santa Cruz


Solo Museum and Gallery Exhibitions (selected)

2024           upcoming Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Stardust: Bone & Botticelli

2019            Hoyt Gallery, Keck School of Medicine, USC, Los Angeles, CA, N370S/L444P : Inside Out  link

2017            Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, The Topography of Tears link

2014            Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, Halifax, NS, Canada, Bee info review

2013            Museum of Science, Boston, The Honeybee Revealed

2012            Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Yonder link

2012            Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art, Scranton, PA, BEEyond link

2012            Piermont Straus Gallery, Piermont, NY, Bee

2011            Cross Mackenzie Gallery, Washington DC. The Landscape of Bees link

2010            Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, BEE link

2010            ML Bean Life Science Museum, BYU, Provo, UT, BEEyond link

2010            Farmani Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Bee

2008            Farmani Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Liminal Spaces/Morocco

2007            Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, Shawnee, OK, mid-career survey: Here and There: The Worlds of Rose-Lynn Fisher

2006            Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, Liminal Spaces: Photographs of Morocco by Rose-Lynn Fisher info

2006            Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles, CA, The Olive Grove info

2006            Brevard Museum of Art and Science (now Foosaner Art Museum), Melbourne, FL, Doggedly BEEyond info

2004            Jewish Cultural Center, Chattanooga, TN, Drinking from the Same Well  info

2003            Museum of Anthropology, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC details

                      Drinking from the Same Well: Jewish & Muslim Co-existence in Morocco

2003            Hudson Museum, University of Maine, Orono, The Children of Yesterday details 

2002            Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL, The Present in the Past: Photographs of Morocco by Rose-Lynn Fisher

2000            Gallery of Contemporary Art, Umm el-Fahm, Israel, Essential Means

1998            Luckman Fine Arts Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, Home/Homeland               

1995            Directors Guild of America, Los Angeles, CA, Fruits of the Negev

1991            Daniel Saxon Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Other Places

1989            Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Events of Order and Necessity

1987            Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Interfaces


Museum Group Exhibitions

2024            Écomusée du Marais Salant, FR Cohésion, larmes de sel

2024            MUNKERUPHUS Contemporary Art, Denmark, Superorganisme

2024            World Museum Liverpool, UK, BEEs: A Story of Survival

2024            MK&G, Museum für Kunst Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, (Museum of Applied Art and Design) Water Pressure: Planning for the Future

2020            TextielMuseum, Tilburg, NL, The Art of Lace

2019            Maloka Museum, Bogota, Colombia, The Science of Love and Forgiveness

2018            Esbjerg Art Museum, Esbjerg, Denmark, (installation of 48 tear images) Wunderkammer 1 - liquid form info

2018            Museum of Lace and Fashion, Calais, FR, Haute Dentelle, link

2018            Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, NL The Human Insect: Antenna Architectures 1887 - 2017 link

2018            Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, Calif, California Nature link

2015            Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France, Le Bord des Mondes link

2014            Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Beyond Earth Art: Contemporary Artists and the Environment link review

2012            Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ, Honey and the Hive link

2012            Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, FL, UNNATURAL link

2011            Wave Hill, Bronx NY, Hive Culture: Captivated by the Honeybee link

2007            Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME, Both Sides of the Camera: Photographs from the Judith Ellis Glickman Collection link

2004            United States Botanic Garden, Orangerie Gallery, Washington D.C. Great Pollinator Partnership

2003            Bermuda National Gallery, Hamilton, Bermuda Inside & Out: House & Home  

2003            Museum of the Diaspora, Tel Aviv, Israel Journey to No End of the World

2002            Jewish Museum Frankfurt, Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY, Journey to No End of the World

2002            United Nations Headquarters, New York, NY,  eMotion Pictures

2002            Brunnier Art Museum, Ames, IA;  eMotion Pictures

2002            Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY, Jewish Artists: On the Edge

2000            The Jewish Museum New York, Morocco: Jews and Art in a Muslim Land link

1998            Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, CA, Israel Through American Eyes: A Century of Photographs

1993            Arad Art Museum, Arad, Israel, 4 Guests at the Museum

1987            Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, CA, Undercover: Books by California Women Artists


Selected Group Exhibitions: Galleries/Universities/Public ArtSpaces

2018            Candela Gallery, Richmond, VA, Science as Muse link

2016            Bakalar & Paine Galleries at MassArt, Boston, Encircling the World: Contemporary Art, Science, and the Sublime link

2016            Sloan Projects, Santa Monica, CA, Body of Research link

2014            Gallery Tanto Tempo, Kobe, Japan, Tanto Tempo 7 link

2014            Woeske Gallery, Berlin, Germany, (2-person) Matter of Prospect

2014            Cross-Mackenzie Gallery, Washington D.C. Space link

2013            Ganna Walska Lotusland, Santa Barbara, CA, Swarm: A Collaboration with Bees

2011            UCLA Geffen School of Medicine, Learning Resource Center, LA, CA, Art Via Microscope info

2010            Isik University Gallery, Istanbul, concurrent w/ Istanbul Biennial; Zirrat Bankasi Gallery, Ankara, Turkey, Trade Show

2010            Minarc Gallery Skart, Santa Monica, CA, Group SC 2009: An Intimate View of Southern CA, MOPLA/ Month of Photography LA info

2007            Carl Schlosberg Fine Arts, Beverly Hills, CA, 35th Anniversary Exhibition

2007            LA Artcore Brewery, Los Angeles, CA, Scape: Work by Rose-Lynn Fisher, Yoshio Ikezaki, Stephen Johns

2006            D.C. Arts Center, Washington D.C., From Sea to Shining Sea

2004            Kathleen Ewing Gallery, Washington DC, summer group show

2000            Marion Center for Photographic Arts, Santa Fe, NM, Jewish Artists: On the Edge

1986            Thinking Eye Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Small Shrines

1986            Gallerie Perseo Centroartivisive, Florence, Italy, Per fare un albero


International Festivals/Fairs

2016            STATE Festival for open science, art and society: EMOTION: The sentimental machine, Berlin, Germany link

2016            Asia Now, Paris Asian Art Fair, Paris, France, Women's Independence, curated by Magda Danysz

2016            Art in the City Festival, K11 Art Museum, Shanghai, China, Women's Independence, curated by Magda Danysz

2016            PondyPhoto 2016, Old Fort, Pondicherry, India, WATER / The Kitchen Sink link

2014            PHOTOPOLIS: Halifax Festival of Photography, Nova Scotia, Canada link

2013,14       Mt Rokko International Photography Festival, Kobe, Japan

Published Books

2017            The Topography of Tears, Rose-Lynn Fisher. Bellevue Literary Press, NY

2012            BEE, Rose-Lynn Fisher. Princeton Architectural Press, NY, (paperback) reprint 2018

2010            BEE, Rose-Lynn Fisher. Princeton Architectural Press, NY

Included in these books:

2023            Awe, by Dacher Keltner. Penguin Press, NY, p173-178 link

2020            Savoir & Faire: Les Textiles, by Hugues Jacquet, (in chapter French Lace by Sophie Henwood, p.116), Actes Sud, FR link

2019            Anatomy: Exploring the Human Body, multiple editors, Phaidon, p.193 link

2018            What's Next? Eco Materialism & Contemporary Art, by Linda Weintraub, Intellect Books, UK. link

2018            Book cover art: Requiem for en kornmark, by Ditte Steensballe, Jensen & Delgaard, DK. link

2018            Book cover art: Eleanor or The Rejection of the Progress of Love, by Anna Moschovakis, Coffee House Press. link

2017            Where Honeybees Thrive, by Heather Swan, chapter: The Microscopic Sublime: The Art of Rose-Lynn Fisher, Penn State Univ Press, PA

2015            Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles, Edited by Jane Brown, Marla Hamburg Kennedy. Metropolis Books, NY, p.164, 238, 244 link

2014            La/crime/ndays, poetry by Giovanna Iorio, cover + interior images: Rose-Lynn Fisher. CFR Edizioni, Rome info/link

2012            New Zealand Ministry of Education. The Buzz of Bees -distributed to NZ school system. Photograph p.5 info

2007            Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME, Catalogue:"Both Sides of the Camera: Photographs from the Judith Ellis Glickman Collection" collection list

2004            Book cover art and design: Mihai Spariosu. Global Intelligence and Human Development:Toward an Ecology of Global Learning, MIT Press. link

2003            Ori Z. Soltes. Inside & Out: House & Home, Bermuda National Gallery, catalogue, p.6,44,46-7; Pl. 27,30; figs 1,54,55,58

2002            Ori Z. Soltes. Fixing the World: Jewish American Painters in the 20th Century, Brandeis University Press/UPNE p121-122, 156 link

2000            Vivian Mann. Morocco: Jews and Art in a Muslim Land, Merrell Publishers, London; Photographs. figs.26,46,47,55,56,57,68,69,70,71,76

1998            Barbara C. Gilbert. Israel Through American Eyes: A Century of Photography  Catalogue, Skirball Museum.p.36-38


UPDATED PRESS - BLOGS (click here for press links up to 2023)


NPR, Cameron Pollack Photographer Maps Emotional Terrain, One Tear at a Time, Nov 29 link

Kunsten.nu Journal art Guide, Ole Bak Jakobsen, Det flyder i Esbjerg, Dec 15 art review - Wunderkammer1 -Esbjerg Art Museum link

La Voix du Nord, France, Anne-Sophie Hache,, At the Museum of Lace a lace dress born in Tears, Sept 5 link

Beaux Arts Magazine, Pauline Weber, La dentelle vue sous ses plus belles coutures, Sept 5 link

Paris Match, Diane Michel, Quand la dentelle rencontre la Haute Couture, June 14 link

Exponaute, Anne Malary, Haute Dentelle, hautes illusions !, June 22 link


Elizabeth Avedon Journal, Best Photography Books of 2017, December 27 link

Amateur Photographer Magazine (UK), Best Photography Books of 2017, December 11 link

GUP Magazine (NL), Book review, Topography of Tears, November Issue #55: Wonder link

Los Angeles Review of Books, Featured Artist October 31 link

Revue Feuilleton, France. Topographie des Larmes, Issue 21, October link

Southwest The Magazine, Ryan Bradley. The Tears of Rose-Lynn Fisher. August link

Brain Pickings, Maria Popova. The Topography of Tears: A Stunning Aerial Tour of the Landscape of Human Emotion Through an Optical... June9, link

Lenscratch, Aline Smithson. Rose-Lynn Fisher: The Topography of Tears. May11 link

L.A.Weekly, Gwynedd Stuart. Do Different Types of Tears Look Different? A Photographer Looks More Closely. May9, Arts link

The Boston Globe, Nina Maclaughlin. Under Microscope, shapes to be filled by imagination Apr21, Arts/Books link


Black+White Photography Magazine (UK), Tracy Hallett Interview: Topography of Tears Oct Issue 194, pg 30-37

TiP / Balmond Studio (UK), Topography of Tears interview with Rose-Lynn Fisher link

De Gids (Netherlands), Bregje Hofstede. Tear image with essay: Een sterrentaal voor één persoon, 2016 No2 p.13 link

El Mundo (Spain), Isabel Serrano Rosa. Llorar es bueno, no se reprima link

Culturebox FranceTV, Corinne Jeammet. L'artiste Rose-Lynn Fisher offre ses larmes au dentellier Darquer link

Fashion United, Herve Dewinter. La dentelle de Calais va-t’elle disparaître? link

Nord Littoral, Clair Duhar. Darquer s’associe à une artiste pour faire d’une photo de larme, une dentelle link


Observatoire de l'Art Contemporain (France) Jeanette Zwingenberger. The structure of emotions, the topography of tears link

Men's Health Magazine (Australia) Ben Jhoty. The Crying Game March issue

Fantastic Man Magazine (Netherlands/UK) Spring/Summer Issue #21 p.92

Sabato (Belgium) Margo Vansynghel. Cry Me a River Special Water issue link

The Outpost (Beirut, Lebanon) Interview with RL Fisher. Possibilities of our body Issue 6 p.82-83

Places Journal David Ulin. Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles pictured: griffith observatory link


REVIEWS: Le Bord des Mondes / Palais de Tokyo, Paris:

Pluris Magazine (France) Béatrice de Perrus. Pierres en équilibre link

Le Figaro / Madame (France) Anne-Claire Meffre. Inventeur, chercheur, mathematicien... Des artist malgré eux link

ELLE (France) Soline Delos. On suit les frotieres de l'irreel au P<p>alais de Tokyo link

France Fine Art (France) Clémentine Randon-Tabas. Le bord des mondes au Palais de Tokyo, Paris link

The Daily Beast Sarah Moroz. The Meaning of Art? It's Complicated. link

Culture (France) Exhibitions at Palais de Tokyo link

Abitare (Italy) Cristiana Campanini. At Palais de Tokyo Art Beyond Art link

Unclosed (Italy) Valentina Vacca. Arte senza limiti. Le bord des mondes al Palais de Tokyo link

La République de l'Art (France) Patrick Scemama. De l'art ou du cochon? link

Hestetika Magazine (Italy) Marzia Minelli. Le Bord des mondes Palais de Tokyo link

Art/ctualité (France) Arthur Perault. Le Bord des mondes: Le Palais de Tokyo link

Paris Momes (France) Orianne Charpentier. Le Bord des mondes link

Nova Planet (France) Marie Missou. Voyage sur le Bord des mondes link

Axe Libre (France) Aurore Krier Mariani. Au dela des territoires; Nouvelle trajectoire pour un voyage au "Bord des mondes" link

O Magazine (France) Gwendoline Corthier-Hardoin. Le bord de l'art link

Les Soirees de Paris (France) Valérie Maillard. Le Palais de Tokyo est équilibre au bord des mondes link

Boum!Bang! (France) Julien Foulatier. Le Bord des mondes: Aux frontieres de l'art au Palais de Tokyo link

Artsper (France) Laurent Boudier. Le Bord des mondes: Le Palais de Tokyo a la Frontiere des Possibles link

Décrypt'art (France) Sylvie. Le Bord des mondes link

Télérama (France) Claire Phillips. Le Bord des mondes link

ArtCatalyse (France) Marika Prévosto. Le Bord des mondes link

MNGN Channel (France) Manon Mangin. Le Bord des mondes link

Radio Intereconomia (Spain) María Luisa Gaspar. El art más allá de los artistas se expone en el Parisino Palais de Tokyo link

Unclosed (Italy) Valentina Vacca. Art without limits. Le bord des Mondes at the Palais de Tokyo link


Polka Magazine (France), Laurence Butet-Roch. Dans le secret des larmes. Winter issue, print link

Canal 3 Radio (France), radio feature Revue du Web, 11-11-14 link

Die Welt (Germany),Welt am Sonntag, Julika Meinert. "Was Nahaufnahmen von Traenen verraten" Oct 5, in print with online link

The Guardian, Jonathan Jones. "Blood, semen, and tears: why artists are obsessed with using their bodily fluids" posted May14 link

Wired online: Jakob Schiller."Human Tears Under a Microscope Look Like Aerial Views of Earth" posted May12 link

The New Yorker online: "Slide Show: The Topography of Tears" posted March 3 link

Esquire, Russia feature Jan 2014 print issue, and online: От добра добра не ищут link

Zeit Wissen Magazine (Germany), "Landkarten der Gefühle", Sven Stillich. Feb/Mar 2014, No.2, print, photos p.58-64 link


PetaPixel, “54 Reasons to Love Photography in 2013" link

Popular Science online, “Microscope Images Show Topography of Tears, link

Smithsonian Magazine online, Joseph Stromberg.“The Microscopic Structures of Dried Human Tears, link

Smithsonian Magazine online, Joseph Stromberg. “What Does a Bee Look Like When It's Magnified 3000 Times?” Oct 25, link

Harper's Magazine, Rose-Lynn Fisher.“The Topography of Tears” Sept issue p.71, in print, and online link

Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich, Switzerland, Foto-Tableau, Meinung und Debatte Section, Aug 26-30, BEE download pdf

TIME Magazine / Lightbox, Bryan Walsh. “The Bee, Magnified: Microscopic Photography by Rose-Lynn Fisher” Aug 8, online link

ProfiFoto Magazine (Germany), Photographers:Network Selection 2013 "Traces" May issue p.15


Discover Magazine, Perrin Ireland. “Best Science Art Books of 2012” Dec18, online link

Los Angeles Times, Holly Myers. Art Review “James Fee's and Rose-Lynn Fisher's images capture sea and land” Aug 31, pg D12 link

American Profile, Neil Pond. "Editor's Picks: Bee Book Review" July 8 link

American Bee Journal, William Blomstedt.“Hive Culture Exhibit: Excursion into the Bronx for Modern Bee Art” May, v152, n5. pg. 514 link


Washington City Paper, Louis Jacobson. "10 Best D.C. Photography Exhibits of 2011" Dec 15 link

Washington City Paper, Louis Jacobson. "Reviewed: Rose-Lynn Fisher at Cross Mackenzie Gallery" Oct 19 link

Black+White Photography Magazine (UK), Susan Burnstine. American Connection: Rose-Lynn Fisher/BEE, May issue, pg 22-23 pdf

Fuzion Magazine (UK), Gabriel Van Ingen. "Book Review: The Microscopic Majesty of the Honeybee” 31 Jan #1, pg 78-81, back cover link

Huffington Post, Rose-Lynn Fisher, essays in Huff Post 50:
Built to Last: A Love Story, Dec 13, link
Peering, Sept 30, link
The Jayhawks: On Wings of Reunion,
Nov 11, link



Huffington Post, "Celebrate the Holidays with the Current Top Shows in the Western U.S." link

NPR, Claire O'Neill. "10 From 2010: Books for the Photofile" link

Brain Pickings, Maria Papova. "Bees Bees Bees: Celebrating an Amazing Creature" Sep 10, link

Artweek LA. Previews"Brian Forrest and Rose-Lynn Fisher at Craig Krull Gallery" link

ArtScene Suvan Geer. "Brian Forrest and Rose-Lynn Fisher" link

Huffington Post, Debra Ollivier. "Worlds Within Worlds: The Remarkable and Surreal BEE" link

Washington Post,   Science News. Magazine features women in science, online Nov8 link

Amateur Photographer Magazine (UK), Gemma Padley. "Bee Dazzled" 30 Oct issue, pg 21-23

Esquire Magazine Russia Photo blog/ Oct 6: BEE link

Bust Magazine, Photo essay: “The Secret Life of Bees” Oct/Nov pg 64-69 pdf

NPR, Mito Habe-Evans. The Picture Show: “It's the Bee's Knees! (No, Really)” link

Audubon Magazine, Leibach, Julie. BEE review:“Art of the Wild” link

Quo Magazine, Spain. Pilar Gil Villar “Abejas al microscopio” link

American Bee Journal , McNeil, M.E.A.“Bee- Up Very Close: A Book of Electron Microscope Photos” August, Vol. 150, No. 8. pg 757-760

Los Angeles Times, Netburn, Deborah.Home Section / Books “The Bee, Magnified” July 3, pg E.7

Reader's Digest, Look Twice/ See the World Differently, June-July pirnt, pg 170-173

Wall Street Journal Meyers, Willliam.exhibit review: “Seeing Everyday Creatures / Bee: Rose-Lynn Fisher" June 19 link

New Scientist, online, UK: “Stings, wings and hairy eyes: honeybee close-ups” link

Discover Magazine, Strickland, Eliza. “The Alluring and Alien Sights of a Bee in Ultra Close-up” May19, online link

PDN Magazine, Risch, Conor.“The Secret Life of Bees” May issue, p. 178-182 article

Los Angeles Times, Netburn, Deborah.Living “The common honeybee as landscape” article link

The L Magazine, exhibit review: “Rose-Lynn Fisher: Bee” link

January Magazine, Middleton, David. book review: “Art&Culture: Bee Photographs by Rose-Lynn Fisher” June10, online link



CameraArts Magazine, Shadows of Light, Photo essay by Rose-Lynn Fisher, Jan/Feb Issue #61, p.56-61 article


XFUNS Magazine , (Taiwan) Contemporary Photography, Photos + Interview by Chienwei Wang, April-May Issue #29, p.34-41 article

Black&White Magazine
, Photographer Spotlight: Rose-Lynn Fisher, essay by Richard Pitnick. Sept Issue #45 p.96-99 article

Moment Magazine, Essay/Moment Gallery: "LA Photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher turns her lens on Morocco.." December, p38-39 article

Dea, Cynthia. Los Angeles Times, Calendar Weekend “Inside Everyday Morocco” p.E46 article

Lebbar, Sabah. Maghreb Arab Press, Exposition de Photographies sure le Maroc au Musee de UCLA, Sept 16 article 1

Jump, Linda. Florida Today,.Section B: Doggone good time had at puppy parade. Cover story - p.B2 June 4 article

Sonnenberg, Maria. Florida Today, Section G, Melbourne, FL“Artwork’s bee-yond dogs”, TgIF, cover, p.G18 June 2 link

Harman, Greg. Hometown News, Melbourne, FL “Artist works skill to find hidden connections” May 26 article

L.A.Davis. Florida Today, Section E, Melbourne, FL “Brevard Museum Exhibit Going to the Dogs” May 17article


Hill, Karen Nazor.Chattanooga Times Free Press, "Ear to the Ground", Section E6, October 6 article

Cooper, Clint.Chattanooga Times Free Press, MetroSection, "Photos Showcase Coexistence" . September 6 article


Railey, John. Winston-Salem Journal, "Side by Side", Nov 1,p.B7-B8


Perloff, Stephen. The Photo Review, Competition Winners, Summer issue.

Fisher, Rose-Lynn. The Jerusalem Report, “The Children of Yesterday", Photo essay, Dec 20,Vol X, No 17, p.30-33 article

Fisher, Rose-Lynn. Apirion, (Israel) “The Children of Yesterday", Photo essay, Fall/Winter 99, Issue #58, p.37-55

1994            Fanzo, Michelle, Eastside Observer "Art Reviews", April, Vol.2, No.4, p.30

1991            Geer, Suvan. Los Angeles Times "Art Reviews", April 18, p.5

1989            Curtis, Cathy. Los Angeles Times "Art Reviews", March 17, Part VI, p.20

1988            Cooper, Jerry. Interior Design, "Four Seasons", June, Vol 6, p.260-261 pictured link

1987            McKenna, Kristine. Los Angeles Times "Art Reviews", June 12, Part VI, p.12 link



Projects, Events, Awards, Residencies (highlights)

2017           Collaboration with Stephen Walters & Sons (UK) for 2018 collection, silk weave adapted from bee image link

2015           Ongoing collaboration with Darquer Lace of Calais, France, in creation of Chantilly lace adapted from tear photomicrographs link

2014           Topography of Tears series - 2nd Place, International Photography Awards (IPA) link

2010            BEE - International Photography Awards (IPA): winner in Book: Nature link

2010            MOPLA - Month of Photography LA, Pro'Jekt LA 5: Sustenance and Sustainability: Focused Projects to Raise Awareness and Effect Change info

2010            MOPLA - GroupSC 2009: An Intimate View of Southern CA info

2009            The Forward Thinking Museum, JGS Foundation, Online Museum, "BEEyond" link

2008            World Festival of Sacred Music, Barnsdall Gallery Theatre, Los Angeles, Masar Wa Nisae- The Woman's Path, projections/ Morocco photos- info

2006            Palm Springs Photo Festival, screened projection of BEEyond series; competition finalist

2006            BEEyond series - 1st Place, International Photography Awards (IPA): Special-Micro category

1999            Artist in residence, Mishkan Omanim, Herzliya, Israel, two months

1998            Morocco photo/research Jewish heritage, Jewish/Muslim co-existence, Draa and Tafilalet valleys, Sahara 6 weeks

1997            Grant, Center for Jewish Culture and Creativity, Los Angeles

1995            Artist in residence, Community Ster Van David, Gooreind-Wuustwezel, near Antwerp, Belgium, two months

1995            Morocco long-term photo/research project, Jewish & Muslim culture and saint veneration, two months

1992            Artist in residence, Arad Arts Project, Arad, Israel, eight months

1989            Grant, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York, NY

1989            Grant, Brody Arts Fund, Los Angeles, CA