This is where the magic happens – haha. I wanted to create a page to give you an idea of where and how I work.
Settling into new digs.
Guests stamp fingerprints in green inks.
Bricker’s Wedding Poster line drawing
Charcoal and Conte Crayon drawing supplies
Fletcher McBracken describes the meaning of art. “Still Breathing” ©1997
I’m quite cozy in my space here on North Street.
Acrylic painting’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it.
8X10″ Acrylic painting of the Green Bay Wildlife Sanctuary.
Hanging rough draft on blinds.
We’re doing just fine here.
Summer day on North Street. I have a cozy niche.
Sometimes C Hintz Studio is portable. I like to paint “en plein air” and tote my kit outside.
My travel palette. I’ve got all of my favorite colors set to go wherever I do.
The Waukesha Farmer’s Market is a fun place to take my watercolor kit on Saturdays. “Berry” of Barefoot Farms, Brookfield, WI, USA
A cool and refreshing Blackberry Spritzer enjoyed on a seaside patio in Connecticut. I hear my muse calling me.
I knew I’d paint this heavenly drink before I took my first sip. I was too beautiful. Here I have the basics laid out and the early colors.
“Blackberry Spritzer” Watercolor 5X9″
On occasion, a request for a commission comes in. I’m rather particular about those, and can be a rather temperamental artist. Just saying. I’ve never heard anything other than a drawing or painting was exemplary, though.
I wanted to create a specific palette in to keep the watercolors as pure as possible. You see 20 colors but 9 base colors were used to make them. Plus red. This worked out really, really well.
There will be more coming… I have so many things I want to share with you on this page. But it all takes time.