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Julian's Art Gallery

This is where Julian's artwork will be available for all to enjoy. Click on the artwork for a larger view.
Expressionism Period Julian learned that he could express feelings with his art.

The End of the World
Oil Paint on Paper
September 30, 2012

South Carolina
Oul Paint on Paper
January 15, 2013

Starry Night
Oil Paint and Paper Collage
March 11, 2013
Human Form Period Julian began drawing animals and people. Julian learned to draw eyes, noses, and mouths on his faces. He quickly discovered that he could draw people with arms and legs.

My family
Crayon on Paper
August 3, 2011

A flaming dragon
Marker on Paper
September 27, 2011

Julian the fireman leads a team to put out an office fire
Crayon on Paper
October 4, 2011

Self Portrait
Crayon on Paper
October 2, 2011

Halloween ghosts
Paper Collage
October 26, 2011

Firetruck
Crayon on Paper
February 6, 2012
Mixed Media Period Eventually, Julian was allowed to expand his artistic expression into new media, including paints and clay.

Valentine's Boquete
Shaving Cream and Food Coloring on a Paper Plate
February 17, 2009

Everything Turns to Brown
Oil Paint on Paper
March 23, 2009

A Heart for Mommy
Watercolor on Paper
May 20, 2009

Splashing in Mud Puddles
Oil Paint on Paper
November 25, 2009
Color Explosion Period Julian expanded from three crayons to eight markers, nearly tripling his color depth. It took time to control his urge to use every color in every work of art.

Color Explosion
July 26, 2008

Sunset at the Park
August 4, 2008

Woodpecker on a Pine Tree
August 10, 2008

Pit Stop
February 7, 2009
Red-Green-Blue Period During this period, Julian learned to use his crayons. He only had three crayons: red, green, and blue.

Rainy Day
June 15, 2008

Two Lobsters in a Fish Tank
June 29, 2008

Twirling Dancers
July 24, 2008
Stealing Daddy's Pen Period This is Julian's earliest artwork period. It consisted mostly of stealing pens off Daddy's desk and scribbling on whatever paper was nearby. This included Daddy's reports, bills, receipts, and the desk itself.

Pictures for Mommy on two Post-It notes
April 28, 2008
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