Friday, March 28, 2008

Moon Glow

Acrylic interference paint/mediums on gallery wrapped premium 24"x7/8"x24" canvas. All the sides are painted, so it is ready to hang "as is." Coa from Ebsq.

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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Wow! Another #1 on Arts.cad....

The day of March 27, 2008, this Artwork will be up all day on the homepage of
This is a painting I just did yesterday. It is called "the Signature of Curves"
Below is an email from the company who has so been generously displaying my artwork....Thank you Artscad!
Dear Julianne Richards,
Thanks for choosing ArtsCad for building and developing your gallery. We wish to thank you for supporting us by displaying your personalized Art-Banner on several Internet sites. In order to bring you the best service, we will send this report every month.We're pleased to have you as part of the ArtsCad family! Open the Artwork Tab for more details. We are dedicated to helping you create a beautiful exhibition.
Best regards,
The ArtsCad Team

Signature of curves

Acrylics piant/mediums on rough heavy textured paper 18"x24" with a half inch white border around entire piece. Finished with UV protective gloss varnish. Beautiful, iridescent shimmering effect-a special painting!

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

#1 all day

On March 26, 2008 this Artwork will be up all day on the homepage of :
This is piece is titled "the Clown" and is oil pastel on Tibetan deck led edge rice paper. The original is SOLD.
However, I am doing five, high quality, signed, dated, and numbered, Limited Edition Prints of "The Clown" which you can order directly through me,
or just click on the link above.
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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Reminder: The interview is still up for all those who have yet to read it...

March 15, 2008
In an interview with Julianne Richards aka "The Colorspeaker," Kim Rodeffer Funk gives compelling insight into Julianne and some of the artists she is inspired by...again, the interview is at:
Please check it out!
It is still up through the end of March. If you would like to leave a comment but have trouble doing so, you can email me directly at:
OR email Kim directly.

Again! #1 for one day...

On March 20th, This work of Art will be on all day at the homepage of
"The Unknown II"

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

#1 for March 18th on:

The March 18, This Artworks will be all the day on the homepage of

Sunday, March 16, 2008

In the THICK of it

Acrylic on 24"x .75"x 24" back-stapled canvas. COA from Ebsq.
This painting was started last Thursday, in the midst of emotions that forced me to stop, put down the paintbrush, and write instead. If only I had just kept those "words" to myself...little did I know, that the painting, was finished...
HENCE, the title,

An interview at:

March 2008-
Kim's Rodeffer Funk's "Artist of the Month:"
In an interview with Julianne Richards aka "The Colorspeaker," Kim Rodeffer Funk gives compelling insight into Julianne and some of the artists she is inspired by... (archived link):
March 13th 2008 Casey Klahn of( writes:
"Glad to see Julianne Richards, The Colorspeaker, receiving great press. She deserves it. And, I hold her interview by Kim Rodeffer Funk
up as the way it should be done. Now I know more about Richards, and her art. Thanks for mentioning me there, Julianne. I appreciate it." writes (my favorite)
"Pastelist Extraordinare" Casey Klahn.
Thank you Casey,

Saturday, March 08, 2008

the Watchower II

... I guess I wasn't through after all...
I got a second wind last night and this is the what became of that "second wind:"
Acrylic on gallery wrapped, back-stapled 18"x24" canvas, 3/4" depth. Dense and moody in essence of imagery, this painting has a quiet, alomost "historical" undertow upon the eye of the viewer. Finished with two coats of a UV protective gloss varnish. Authenticated 100% original by Ebsq.Documention provided with purchase.
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Friday, March 07, 2008

what goes around, comes around...

i have worked a long creative week...and I am not sure about this one. Busy, busy, kind of like the last seven days...sleep calls me by name.
Acrylic on 30"x30" canvas.
I will be doing an interview with Kim on:
It will be up in the next few days...jr...the colorspeaker.

Thursday, March 06, 2008

"The Angel's Kiss II"

This took the longest of all the recent paintings i have just uploaded...It actually was another painting I had done, and just disliked-and yes, it is even on my blog, and not long before these; It had rustic and lots of orange, and it's name was....have you guessed it yet? So, I painted two coats of Gesso and re-worked it, and I still don't quite, well, I am my rarely satisisfied.
however, color and tone wise, I am enjoying working greens and blues, and then copper and gold iridescent mixed in. Also , I have been experimenting with the glazing medium, which mixes which everything, if you use a clear, or "pearl" color.
This piece is on gallery wrapped, back-stapled, 30"x30" with 7/8" depth and doulbe wood reinforcements on the back of the canvas frame.
It is finished with a UV orotective gloss varnish. The COA (cerificate of athenticity) is from EBSQ. All purchases of my paintings come with this document. Purchasing info:

Sunday, March 02, 2008

A Remedy for Injury

Another one of the several paintings I have produced this past week-it's title was going through my mind with each brush stroke, every line, and semi-circle. Finally, standing back from it late last night, I was melancholy yet grateful at the same time. No quick fix can take away what life's curves that cause pain will do, but in that uncertainty of a world that can seem at times cruel and without purpose, I have the only reprieve I have every known, creativity. It is, for me, the only thing that is certain.
Acrylic on canvas 30"x30" 7/8" depth. Gallery wrapped, back-stapled, sides painted, and ready to hang "as is." Finished with two coats of UV protective gloss varnish. This painting holds many emotions and was made with intense purpose. It is a reflection (one can only hope) of movement, change, the silence, the HOWL, and somewhere, within the tones and curves, is me.
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