award winning art
Julianne B. Ricksecker’s realistic landscape imagery in pastel, monotype, intaglio printmaking (etching and collagraph), and watercolor painting has been exhibited and won awards in local, regional and international competition. She is a member of the San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild and the Oceanside Museum of Art Artists Alliance.
A variety of printmaking processes including etching, collagraph, viscosity printing and relief are included in this collection of fine art by Julianne Ricksecker.
Unique, one-or-a-kind, “painterly prints” are all ways to describe monotype: prints that have no repeatable matrix, yet are printed on paper by hand transfer or on the etching press.
Pastel and drawing
Soft and oil pastels comprise the bulk of this collection, along with some color pencil, pen and ink or graphite works.
If you love watercolor, enjoy browsing this gallery of watercolor images.
This gallery displays artwork by topic rather than medium. Browse this gallery to view floral imagery in a variety of techniques.
This gallery displays artwork by topic – landscape – rather than medium. Travel with the artist to enjoy lovely views of nature rendered in watercolor, pastel, monotype or original printmakig techniques.
paint the parks
Julianne supports the PAINT THE PARKS vision; a portion of proceeds from artwork sold from this page will be donated to non-profit Park Associations, Foundations, or to park-related programs associated with the park from which the inspiration was drawn to help protect and preserve these important places for future generations. Visit Julianne’s PAINT THE PARKS page for more information and to browse images by their inspirational locations.
Julianne enjoys creating miniature works that are charming and engaging. From a tiny 1/2″ x 1/2″ etching at the smallest to image sizes of 4″ x 6″, these gems are surprisingly affordable and make lovely gift items. Available framed or unframed.
Select imagery is available as blank greeting cards. Browse the selection and add some to your cart for personal use or to give as gifts. People still enjoy receiving a thoughtful note by “snail mail” that they can save and enjoy.