Ingrid Calame is an American abstract painter. Ingrid Calame was born in the Bronx, New York in the year 1965. Her work is loosely is based on cartography, the art of making maps.
In this fantastic interview Ingrid Calame talks about how she found her style:
Calame earned a B.F.A. from the State University of New York at Purchase. The artist went on to post graduate studies earning a M.F.A. from the California Institue for the Arts at Valencia.
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The artist often paints with enamels on aluminum.
Calame found her abstract style early in her career. Her first series of critically acclaimed work was based on spilled paint in her studio. Another recurring theme in her work is a mortality.
In this clip a brief look at a work based on a skid mark left at the Indianapolis Speedway:
The artist is now based out of Los Angeles, California.
Calame has works in many prestigious collections including the Whitney Museum located in New York City, and the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art.
Below the artist shares with us a commission from 2016:
Ingrid Calame has great style of abstract painting. She does a great job at portraying the abstract shapes we see in our daily lives. Works based on paint spills and tire skidmarks, what a great mind at work!