AUGUST 2010: WILLIAM FRIDRICH'S "ROAD KILL"

William Fridrich

William FridrichWilliam studied visual art, sculpture, and photography at UCLA. He furthered his vocational education through various jobs at west coast-based motorcycle magazines, and a graphical semaphoric stint in the U.S. Army as a combat illustrator. He then launched a successful graphic design career in the early 1970’s beginning with a job at Standard Brands Paint Company. Introduced to the Dada and Surrealist movements by his wife, art historian Marsha McKee, William became clinically obsessed with Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, and Joseph Cornell. Thankfully, for all of us, he has yet to recover. William's show is built of pieces from his recent past. On display at 621N4TH through August.

Explore William's work here or by visiting 621N4TH.


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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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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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