Bolton, Virginia Fouche – American Artist

Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929 to 2004), watercolor painting, SPRING SHOWERS, CHARLESTON

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Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929 to 2004), watercolor painting, MARSH SCENE

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Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929 to 2004, watercolor painting, NOVEMBER RAIN, CHARLESTON

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Virginia Fouche Bolton (American, South Carolina, 1929-2004) watercolor painting, The Oyster Factory, signed 1988

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Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929-2004)

An important member of South Carolina’s art community for over forty years, Virginia Fouche Bolton was a graduate of Winthrop College. In 1951 she married and settled in Mt. Pleasant. Ten years and five children later, she began teaching at the St. John the Baptist parochial school. Teaching everything from English to Science, Bolton soon went on to Moultrie and Wando High Schools where her teaching career expanded to art classes. For nearly 19 years she taught in the Charleston community, where her students chalked up numerous state and national awards, and many pursued art-related careers.

In 1976, Bolton opened her own gallery. Her colorful scenes of Charleston, its people, and environs have documented changes in the city for decades.

Information courtesy of Charlton Hall Galleries Inc. June 2006


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