"At Virginia Warwick's Studio she values innovation, playfulness, creativity and humor."
Virginia Warwick makes contemporary art in the form of murals, oil paintings, sculptures and installations. Her artwork stems from a love for nature and animals. Combining the animal and natural world with that of humans is Virginia's main intention. Born in Frederick, Maryland where she still resides today, Virginia grew up around animals and considered them her best friends. A love for art and a love for nature drives her practice. After graduating from University of Maryland, College Park where she studied art, she soon entered Maryland Institute College of Art, earning a Masters in Sculpture. Since graduating she has been showing and creating artwork consistency.
Her work has been shown at such places as the Arlington Arts Center, ConnerSmith, Edison Place Gallery, Hood College, Goucher College, City Arts Gallery, Metro Gallery, Creative Alliance, E.M.P Collective, Current Gallery, 14kt Cabaret, Visarts at Rockville and most recently at Area 31 in Frederick. She has been included in the Transmodern Festival in Baltimore multiple years and has participated in two performance arts festivals in New York, including the Brooklyn International Performance Arts Festival and the Infringement Festival.