“Ingraham uses the light touch of quickly brushed thin layers and slashing paint around with the knife to convey a sense of expressionistic urgency to her mark making. The spontaneous flavor of her approach insists on looseness, which, in turn, frees marks from the need to always be accurate representations. A stray mark might play up the abstract qualities of her paintings, and, instead of finding fault, we cheer it on.” Daniel Kany, “Art review: Tina Ingraham’s brush with the mortality of nature,” Portland Press Herald, September 18, 2017

Her work is exhibited at Greenhut Galleries and Somerville Manning Gallery.