Virginia's love of art was encouraged greatly by her parents and her art instructor, the renowned Mr. John Mogul for many years. She is a native of Virginia and a local artisan. She has experience working with many forms of artistic expression including painting, drawing, jewelry design, poetry, mixed media, and assemblage art, sculpting, and digital art. About the Business In 2004, Virginia began to focus her energy towards creating dimensional art that would be light in weight and appealing. As her art changes and grows over time, Virginia continues to learn and is dedicated to further developing her ideas, skill, and artistic abilities. Her works can be found in homes and businesses throughout the United States, Africa and England. Her growing portfolio includes showings in Sister for Sister, Black History Museum, and Richmond Public Library – Gellman Room, Art Works Studios, Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center, Pine Camp Art Show, Walton Gallery, Women of Essence and numerous other showings. She donates works for many worthy causes. She makes her home in Chesterfield, Virginia with her husband, where she designs and creates all of her one of a kind art in her home office/studio. Artist Statement…for me art is a continuous revolving process and not being content with the traditional way, my creations reflect my need to explore and experiment to create my innovative works. I use lightweight materials for my dimensional creation’s which are perceived to be heavier. While some of my art will appear to be the same, no two pieces are exactly alike. My work is created form several artistic forms and mixed media including recycled materials. My vision of art is principally of an abstract nature and through my art I am able to express myself. ~ Virginia R. Coleman ~
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