About

Artist Bio                                                                                Virginia Warwick

Virginia Warwick was born in 1982 and grew up in Frederick, Maryland. After graduating from University of Maryland, College Park, she soon entered Rinehart School of Sculpture and was part of the Artscape Outdoor Sculpture Competition for two consecutive years. Since graduating Rinehart she has been showing consistently. Her work has been show 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, and Visarts at Rockville. 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 other at the Infridgement Festival.

Virginia currently lives and works in Frederick, where she is part of the adjunct faculty at Frederick Community College, a part time teacher at the Delaplaine Arts Center and the owner and founder of Critter Critter Creations, a pet portrait and animal inspired art business. She is also the lead singer of a local band called Double Trouble.