CONTEMPORARY FEMINIST ARTIST
Ingrid V. Wells (b. Rockville, MD, 1987) earned her MFA from San Francisco Art Institute and her BFA from Arizona State University. Wells's recent paintings investigate how the elements of art can affect and improve mood. She enjoys using playful subject matter to address difficult topics including women's issues and mental health. Her work has been shown in the Bay Area at Voss Gallery, New York at the Untitled Space, PULSE Miami with Treat Gallery, internationally in South Korea at the CICA Museum and online with PxP Contemporary. Her work has been featured by The Jealous Curator, The Huffington Post, Daily Mail, BUST Magazine, El País, Create! Magazine and Teen Vogue, among others. Wells is a multiple time grant recipient from the Center for Cultural Innovation. Wells currently lives and works in San Francisco.
Exhibitions at Voss Gallery: 2023, "Postcards from Paradise" (Group); 2022, "February Favorites" (Group); 2021, "Glimmers" (Solo); 2020, "BASL" (Group); 2020, "Sweet Fascination" (Solo); 2019, "The Essentials" (Group)