Virginia White is a professional artist actively painting in Modesto, California. Her watercolors of architectural themes, landmarks and landscapes in Northern California have made her work significant, and have attracted many collectors.
Virginia lives in Modesto, California and is a retired art teacher from the Oakdale public schools. Among her many awards in art show competitions, are thirteen first place ribbons, awards of excellence and merit, and three Best of Shows in watercolor. Virginia uses the impact of clean lines, colorful washes, fresh brush strokes, and striking lights and shadows to achieve her unique style.
Virginia began her art career when she received a B.A. in Fine arts and a teaching credential from the California State University East Bay. In the past, she has studied with some renowned watercolor instructors, George Post, Robert E. Wood, Alexander Nepote, Rose Eden, Dan Peterson, and "Pop" artist Mel Ramos.
Virginia is also featured on fineArtAmerica.com . She is long time member of the Central California Art Association in Modesto, and the Carnegie Art Center. Her works of art can be seen at the Mistlin Gallery, 1015 J Street, Modesto, California, 95354. ccaagallery.org