Christine Schultz is a self-taught painter, photographer, and jewelry maker. Her paintings often begin with ideas from her photographs. After sketching her composition, she details her textures on canvas with a palette knife. Then she undercoats her painting in black and the fun begins. She works largely in vibrant colors and tends toward rustic scenes. She's also nationally known for her colorful fish painted on reclaimed wood hand-cut by Marc Deloach. Her paintings and fish are all one-of-a-kind. When she's not painting, she enjoys making silver and leather jewelry. The work pictured here has sold, but it'll give you ideas. She's happy to do commissions. If you've got something in mind email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 662-234-7958. To see what's available, check the Shop Page.