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Saturday, November 29, 2008

A Little Chilly This Morning

Colours, again... I took those pics in my town's City Park, this morning.

Photos: © Satzinger & Hardenberg Archive


  1. :) Ey there :D I love how you incorporated the "real" palette into it :) grat job as usuual :D

  2. Nice nice nice. Thats how I felt when I drove home in the snow with the bike yesterday evening... :-)

  3. Oh, that's beautifully inspiring!! I love snow, but in Buenos Aires... it doesn't snow, so it's kinda depressing...

    But great work, like always!!

  4. Do you often pull colours from the environments around you, to complement your work Florian ?

    I really like the stills, reminds me of the start of winter back home in Northern,Ont.

    Keep up the good work

  5. Realy cool stuff..! So Sweet ..!!

  6. I need to understand color the way you do. where i just make things up, you seem to have some type of . . . .knowledge.
    i need some of that.

    great works.

  7. ...what a coincidence - lovely to see my home town on a blog like this...loving the drawings...always have done...

  8. Gis, thanks a lot, cheers!

    Queen, :) yeah, cold but magic.

    Leandro, thank you! Didn't it snow in Buenos Aires, sometime last year? Well, but that happen not very often, right? :)

    Hi Jon! Yes, there is a lot of inspiration here for findig colours... BTW: Fall is the best time of year for finding nice colour themes. Apropos colours and inspiration, do you know the paintings by Carl Spitzweg?

    Fabouné! CHEERS!

    John, I usually combine classical colour theory with nice "colour finds" etc.

    Anonymous, thank you :) From where are you writing, now?

  9. Well, yes, last year's snow was a strange anomaly that took everyone of us by surprise. I tought the world was coming to an end...

    I didn't know Carl Spitzweg, but I love this painting:


    Thanks for the great work!

  10. I tuoi lavori sono bellissimi, sei di grande ispirazione per me e uno dei miei artisti preferiti! bravissimo...

  11. Leandro, you picked my favorite! The Butterfly catcher.

    Francesco! Grazie mille :)

  12. I'm not familiar with Carl Spitzweg, yet i find myself digging more into colours to complement my works. I'll definitively look at his work for inspiration.


  13. Hi Mr Satzinger, I found your by Mr Achdé's links and I really like your work, you're a great artist! Is there any artbook of your drawings ?