Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Ms. Ingram is a graduate of the University
of Dayton with a degree in commercial design and marketing. She has had a successful career in advertising as an art director. After several years in the advertising business, she has set out to pursue her longtime passion of painting.
Ms. Ingram has served on the Women’s Committee for the Corcoran Gallery of Art for the last decade, which is now part of The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and George Washington University. She has worked for student scholarships for The College of Art and Design and for Community Art Reach programs.
With years of art and photography experience, she understands light and color
and what it can bring to a painting. She enjoys still life and landscapes. She credits Martha Spak, with MLS Gallery, for helping her to develop a style during her studio workshops.
The Impressionists, and artists, such as John Singer Sergeant, Claude Monet,
Mary Cassatt and 20th century painters, have influenced Ms. Ingram. She works primarily from her home studio in Bethesda, Maryland.