Born to Wilbur Henry and Ilo Edna (Obenour) Flint in Kenton, OH.
Serves in the U.S. Navy until 1957.
Studies at the Art Career School in New York City until 1960.
Receives an Award of Merit from the Latham Foundation.
Studies at Instituto Allende in Mexico; Is an artist trainee with Kossack Advertising in Tucson, AZ.
Is a general boardman for Mithoff Advertising in El Paso, TX until 1963.
Plays in Paul Baron’s Harmonica Rascals based in Brooklyn, NY until 1985.
Is a tech. illustrator for Volt Tech. Corp. in New York City.
Is a general illustrator for Salesvertising Advertising in Denver, CO.
Is a general boardman and consultant for Burr-Brown Research Corp. in Tucson, AZ until 1971.
Serves in the U.S. Naval Reserve until 1981; Receives a Letter of Commendation from the U.S. Department of the Navy.
Creates the painting style “fantasy expressionism;” Is a private art teacher in Tucson, AZ until 1985.
Plays with the Wild Ones based in Tucson, AZ until 1983.
Is a consultant muralist for the Yaqui Indian-Pascua Center in Tucson, AZ.
Is a freelance muralist and graphic artist with Wolfschmidt & Washburn until 1996.
Is a musician and comedian with the Desert Rats in Tucson, AZ until 2000.
Founds the School of Ragged Edge; Publishes “A Treatise on Fantasy-Expressionism from the School of the Ragged-Edge.”
Is a musician and comedian at the Northwest Senior Center in Tucson, AZ, continuing in the roles.
Publishes “Works by Wolfschmidt” and “Willi Wolfschmidt’s UNHINGED IMAGININGS.”
Maintains membership with the International Society of Poets, Maverick Artists and Tucson Harmonica Club.