​Ronda Richley

Can't See the Figures for the Trees

She received her Master’s Degree in Painting from California State University and has taught at the college level, worked as a Victorian Art Reproductionist. Her paintings have been exhibited in galleries across the United States, most notably James Harper Fine Arts in Ormond Beach, Ariel Gallery in New York City, Art Affair Gallery in Sanford, and Graham-Horstman Gallery in Dallas.

Ronda received her BFA from the University of Cincinnati. She worked for several newspapers and magazines as Art Director, and was one of the youngest to teach art and design at Sinclair College. At age 24, she launched her own advertising agency.

While living in Los Angeles, California, she worked in product design and development, where she authored 4 patents and over 100 copyrights and trademarks. Her illustrations and designs can be found on products worldwide.

Currently she is represented by the International Gallery without Walls and Blackburn Galleries. She was represented at the Miami River Art Fair during Art Basel Week by AHC Productions from Germany.

Ronda Richley communicates her sensitivity and passion for the human spirit in her unique series of paintings and mixed media that are inspired by such subjects as trees and heart motifs.  She imbues her subjects with positive symbolic references.

Richley lives in Orlando Florida, where she enjoys an active art career on both national and international levels. Ronda was selected twice to be the poster artist for Florida Hospital’s Art of Healing Gallery. Her artwork graces the walls of many prestigious private collectors’ homes throughout the world, including the France family, owners of Daytona Speedway, and
Attorney Thomas Nicholl, in the United States, Dr. and Mrs. James Shea, Attorney Steven Milbrath, as well as those in Europe, Australia, the Middle East and United Kingdom.

Only the Spirits Remain: Tribute to the Senator of Big Tree Park

For the Trees