About Virginia Stoner Fine Art

Virginia "Ginny" Stoner is based in the Austin, Texas area.

The artist in a field of the Texas State Flower, the Bluebonnet

Form, color and line combine to explore the inner workings of outside reality. Focus is on the human figure, loosely rendered in vivid color in pastel, oil and watercolor. The result is a melding of imagination and realism that leads the viewer to consider what is going on in the mind behind the form.

Ginny earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Colorado in 1990; a Master of Arts in psychology from the University of Nebraska in 1994; and a Juris Doctor from the University of Nebraska in 1994. She completed the Cherry Creek Vocational/Technical Program in commercial art in 1979; attended the Colorado Institute of Art in 1980; studied fine art with a private tutor in 1981; and has taken many college courses in fine art and life drawing.

The Rio Grande River near Big Bend, Texas (Photo by Ginny Stoner)


Ginny also creates cartoons and writes for The New World Order Reporter at nworeporter.com, a satirical news site where time travel, satire, cartoons and art come together to inform and entertain.