VIRGINIA WRIGHT-FRIERSON

Virginia Wright-Frierson earned her BFA degree in painting from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, and furthered her studies in Cortona, Italy, the Art Students League in New York, and the University of Arizona.  She has taught and lectured widely on watercolor and oil painting, murals, and authoring and illustrating children's books.  The artist painted a mural on the atrium ceiling of Columbine High School, a year after the tragedy.  Another mural was commissioned by Savannah College of Art and Design honoring heroes and victims of 9/11.  In 2003, she won a competition to create a memorial garden with her bottle chapel, a tribute to visionary artist Minnie Evans at Airlie Gardens in Wilmington.  Her work is included in numerous museum, library, private and corporate collections.  Virginia's show at 621N4TH opens on March 4th and is on display through March.

Explore Virginia's work here.


An Art Gallery and "offspace"

621N4TH is an artist-run gallery, studio and office space located in the heart of downtown Wilmington's Brooklyn neighborhood. The gallery location provides established and emerging artists the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work in a professional manner.

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Upcoming Shows

Jo Ann Alford

Past Shows

Saben Kane
William Fridrich
Elizabeth Darrow
Colleen Ringrose
Michelle Connolly
Virginia Wright-Frierson
Dick Roberts
Joanne Geisel
Jennifer Page
Quentin Warshauer
Diane Hause
Harry Taylor
Pam Toll
Elsie Boyce
Niki Hildebrand
Vicky Smith
Janette K. Hopper
Bob Bryden
Wendell Patterson
La Petit Atelie du Monde 2013
Michael Van Hout
Rice Branch Group 2014
Melissa Manley & Daniel Samppala


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