The opening reception of “Ginny Wilson…A Blue Ridge Photography Retrospective” will take place on Thursday, September 14 at the Tulare Historical Museum’s Heritage Art Gallery from 5-7pm.
Coming off the heels of her farewell photography show, Lindsay/Visalia artist Ginny Wilson returns one final time with this very special career retrospective.
Born and raised in Michigan, Virginia “Ginny” Wilson was drawn to the beauty of nature at a young age, and she has been immersed in it ever since. As Ginny moved to California, her photography subject interests continued to evolve while she took art and photography classes at Porterville College. Wilson honed her talents so much that in time she would teach photography classes at the college herself.
Ginny developed her passion into a business with her Blue Ridge Photography, which has allowed her to showcase her work throughout the San Joaquin Valley. After many years behind the lens, Ginny has decided to retire in order to spend more time with her husband Jim and their children and grandchildren.
“Ginny Wilson…A Blue Ridge Photography Retrospective” will run from September 14-November 4. The reception is open to the public and free of charge. Admission to Heritage Art Gallery exhibitions is free.