Drawing Basics: Julia Randall's Colored Pencil Mouths

In the winter 2008 issue of Drawing magazine, we discussed how New York City artist Julia Randall's colored pencil drawings incorporated depictions of her mouth. We present more of her voyeuristic, suggestive, slightly grotesque, and humorous drawings in this online exclusive gallery.

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Lovebird No. 2

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Lovebird No. 3

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Lovebird No. 5

Lovebird No. 2
2004, colored pencil,
22 x 30. All images this
gallery private collection
unless otherwise indicated.
Lovebird No. 3
2004, colored pencil,
22 x 30.
Lovebird No. 5
2005, colored pencil,
30 x 22.

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Lovebird No. 7

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Lick Line No. 20

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Lick Line No. 23

Lovebird No. 7
2005, colored pencil,
30 x 22. Courtesy Jeff
Bailey Gallery,
New York, New York.
Lick Line No. 20
2003, colored pencil,
16 x 12. Courtesy Jeff
Bailey Gallery,
New York, New York.
Lick Line No. 23
2002, colored pencil,
16 x 12. Courtesy Jeff
Bailey Gallery,
New York, New York.

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Decoy No. 4

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Decoy No. 5

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Decoy No. 7

Decoy No. 4
2006, colored pencil,
41 x 26.
Decoy No. 5
2006, colored pencil,
34 x 46.
Decoy No. 7
2006, colored pencil,
26 x 41. Courtesy Jeff
Bailey Gallery,
New York, New York.

Colored pencil drawing by Julia Randall, Decoy No. 8

Decoy No. 8
2007, colored pencil,
30 x 22.

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2 thoughts on “Drawing Basics: Julia Randall's Colored Pencil Mouths

  1. The work is stunning and provocatic. Her extraordinary talent is obvious but in doing these drawings she has taken it to places that are sexy, seductive, mysterious, suggestive, erotic and tantalizing. BK

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