Marc draws influence from art, sculpture, architecture and beyond. He has a passion for creating one-off pieces drawing on his knowledge of exquisite craftsmanship and modern design processes.
Marc has produced pieces for international collectors, private clients, exhibitions world-wide and interior designers.
You can read more about Marc's visiion in a transcript of Glenn Adamson & Marc Fish in Conversation here on the site.Glenn adamson is an author, curator, historian and the former director of the Museum of Modern Art, NYC
Marc began his studies with some of the best fine furniture makers in the UK and received 2 Distinctions in City & Guilds Furniture Making.
Marc has been awarded five Guild Marks by The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers, and the Claxton Stevens award twice in 2011 and 2019 for the best guild mark issued in the previous year.
Marc Fish has received substantial press coverage over the past few years. From The Wall Street Journal to The Telegraph and Sotherby's Dubai to The Robb Report, Singapore. Please view published articles collated here: press.marcfish.co.uk.
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Marc Fish is the founder and principal of 'robinson house studio' and school of furniture making. Students are taught high level craftsmanship combined with modern design and mixed media making.
About Marc Fish
Marc Fish began making furniture over twenty years ago. After mastering the skills used for centuries by craftsmen, Marc explored new materials and ways to produce fluid, sculptural pieces inspired by the curvilinear forms of Art Nouveau. His process pushes the limits of 21st Century furniture design and transcends the barriers of art, design, sculpture and furniture.
More recently exploring the Victorian obsession with natural history, Marc’s One Series are created through an extensive mastery of the most refined practices in micro stack-lamination today. Each piece using the finest veneers and natural finishes from gold or platinum leaf to the blackest squid ink.
The sublime, sumptuous and unique works possess a timelessness that enables them to sit comfortably in the most contemporary of settings to the more traditional.
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Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London.
Read more about Marc's work at Sarah Myerscough Gallery here.
Marc's Mokume Gane pieces are exclusively available through Sarah Myerscough Gallery.