Kathleen Chaney Fritz is on her way to becoming one of America's most sought-after contemporary artists. Her distinctive watercolors feature a realistic and sensitive approach to the nuances of the everyday life.
Inspired by the shores and rolling dunes of West Michigan, Chaney Fritz developed an early interest in art. After graduating from Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, Michigan, she pursued a career in commercial illustration. Her award-winning work represented many major corporations including American Seating, Brunswick, and Herman Miller. Her illustrations have appeared in such prominent national publications as Time, Architectural Digest, and Southern Accents.
In 1985, after a decade-plus of accomplishments as a commercial illustrator, Chaney Fritz decided to enter the world of fine art. Her painting of a Charlevoix harbor scene inspired her to publish the work as a poster to commemorate Michigan's prestigious Charlevoix Waterfront ARt Fair, and her fine art career was set in motion. Chaney Fritz continues to be a great demand for original works, many of which have become best selling posters and limited edition prints.
Kathleen Chaney Fritz's goal is simple: to draw, paint, and capture the essence of life through art. Other Prints include:
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