Wednesday, January 23, 2008

"...before we came."

This is Acrylic and iridescent/interference mediums...
there is much more green-gold, and bronze,copper, and emerald that the monitor of a computer just won't really show...
As for the title, it is definite mystical & historical appreciation to, for, and about the Native Americans; hence, the name "...before "WE" came.
I am an avid American Indian (both North and South) reader and history lover. This is a small token of one artists', one persons'
humble appreciation of their presence, way of life, and cultural
Though it seems we took everything when we took their land, I believe, a spirit as strong as theirs, will never, CAN never, be eradicated completely. They are in the wind, soil, trees, and memories; Memories that are slowly being remembered, and taught in schools across our country today.

It is gallery wrapped, back-stapled canvas- 36"x .75" x36" with a UV Protective Gloss varnish.

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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

#1 for one Day on

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by Julianne Richards

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

The Key Keeper

Acrylic on 22"x28" gallery wrapped canvas-1.5" in depth with all four sides painted-ready to hang as is!Gloss UV protective varnish added at finish. COA from EBSQ provided with sale to guarantee 100% authenticity. Your monitor might not show all the unique iridescent tones and layers that this piece illuminates-visually intoxicating is probably what I should have named it, but then the meaning behind the piece wouldn't have come to fruition through these colors,images, lines, and the most important element, the emotional connection. Pardon the "preach," but for me, Art = Truth.
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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Eve's Garden

This is playful, light, and my first painting of the new year...
It is acrylic on paper, and though it is a bit busy, with lots of little "going's on" with almost every color blended and re-blended!
I'd say "Eve"was busy being the CREATOR-and never a dull moment...
18"x24" on 200 LB rough block paper with shimmering gloss varnish.


Sunday, January 06, 2008

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Friday, January 04, 2008

It is a New Year....

With every passing year, the actual date, the undeniable and predictable "31st" of every December before, and all the ones yet still to come, brings about a mixture of feelings, emotions, and reflections on another year and its passing. I prefer to make it more reflective, and make the transition into the New Year one of goals I would like to move towards, and for me, most importantly, the over-all applying of simply (though not always so simple) being a better, person. Which, for me means: being more patient, more open-minded, and a listener-one of my biggest challenges.
I write daily, and for a long time my writings were more like lists of "I want..." And many of those lists did pan out, some almost exactly according to the very demands I wrote.
But as the famous saying goes,
".......Be CAREFUL what YOU wish for....."
These days I don't write list of demands, or desires, (okay maybe one, or two) but, I try and focus on whatever it is I am supposed to be doing, and may I do the best job i can, and give back a little, to a world full of hunger, disease, and neglect. And with that, I can rest my head at the end of the day knowing, I might just be a little bit closer to easing someone, somewhere, and a tiny bit of their pain in a world full of millions, many not even fortunate enough for the very bread to fill their stomach.
It is on this note that I would like to start the New Year of 2008 with a clear mind and vision, to paint, create, and share these endeavors with all those equally-unfortunate and fortunate, you are all, part of the artist process, simply by BEING alive in the here and the now.
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acrylic on canvas 16x20, gloss finsh