Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Ingrid’s earliest memories of Maine were floating in a little sloop amidst the fog and rocks of the coastline. Now residing in a small mid coast town, her artwork reflects the mood, colors and imagery of Maine. Her work built in layers, is informed by elements of nature, both from the surrounding environment and from the microscopic world.
Ingrid’s art studies began with a BS from Skidmore College and an MFA from American University. Additionally, she spent a year learning printmaking at Il Bisonte in Florence, Italy, and spent a month in residence at the Vermont Studio Center.
Since moving to Maine in 2007, Ingrid’s exhibits include the CMCA 2008 Biennial and First Traces Exhibit, the 2010 I-95 Triennial at University of Maine, Bangor, and group exhibits at Aarhus Gallery in Belfast, Maine. Ingrid lives in Camden with her husband and two children.
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