Underwater collection of watercolour paintings inspired by the sea. CreativeIngrid | IngridSanchez, London 2017.

Underwater | Winter Collection 2017 | Ingrid Sanchez

There was a time when I felt deeply lost. I knew I wanted to live a life of creation but I didn't know how. This is how the wanderlust spirit was born in me and I left home to travel around my country, I was 18 years old.

Underwater collection of watercolour paintings inspired by the sea. CreativeIngrid | IngridSanchez, London 2017. Holding flowers with a floral tattoo and a turquoise painting by watercolour artist CreativeIngrid | Ingrid Sanchez.




My feet took me to the sea, always to the sea. Eventually I arrived at a small island in the south of Mexico where I stayed for a long time to explore the reefs and corals, but also where I made a living with my paintings for the very first time.

Eighteen years later and life took me back to this small island, though this time it was a long holiday in the company of my husband. I immediately reconnected with the blues of the sea and the warm salty water; old friends were waiting for me and the colorful delicate corals were brighter than ever.

I came back to London to paint the sea the way I felt it. The 'Underwater' collection was born from this extraordinary experience of feeling the blues of an endless ocean through all of my senses.

Water and Earth, blue art inspired by the sea. Watercolor artwork by Ingrid Sanchez, AKA CreativeIngrid. London 2017. Turquose dance, turquoise botanicals handpainted by artist Ingrid Sanchez.
Water and Earth Turquoise Dance
From Above, loose leaves art by Ingrid Sanchez.
Purple Dream From Above
Petals and Leaves, watercolor by Ingrid Sanchez. London 2017. Floral Wave, blue botanical art by watercolor artist Ingrid Sanchez. London 2017.
Petals and Leaves Floral Wave
Blue Chelsea, blue botanicals, loose watercolor painting bby Ingrid Sanchez. Big Blue, turquoise and blue art inspired by the ocean. Ingrid Sanchez, London 2017.
Blue Chelsea
Big Blue

The originals from this collection are sold out

Art prints are now available here!

December 22, 2017 — Ingrid Sanchez
Chelsea flower collection of paintings by artist Ingrid Sanchez, AKA CreativeIngrid. London, Spring 2017.

Chelsea | Spring Collection 2017 | Ingrid Sanchez

Every year since 1912 London celebrates the famous Chelsea Flower Show. Apart of the official events organised by the Royal Horticultural Society, shops and buildings dress their facades under waves of flowers. It is a truly magical event.

Chelsea flower collection of paintings by artist Ingrid Sanchez, AKA CreativeIngrid. London, Spring 2017. Holding flowers with a floral tattoo and a turquoise painting by watercolour artist CreativeIngrid | Ingrid Sanchez.


On May 2017, I was invited to take over the Lululemon's shop window located in Chelsea, a beautiful neighbourhood based in South West London. As a result I ended with eight large floral paintings and the 'Chelsea Collection' was born.


The originals from this collection are sold out


Prints from this collection are available in the shop

June 01, 2017 — Ingrid Sanchez
Bold collection of watercolours by artist Ingrid Sanchez, AKA CreativeIngrid. London, Summer 2017.

Bold | Summer Collection 2017 | Ingrid Sanchez

BOLD: fearless before danger : intrepid; showing or requiring a fearless daring spirit; impudent, presumptuous.

Bold collection of watercolours by artist Ingrid Sanchez, AKA CreativeIngrid. London, Summer 2017. Sunflowers with a watercolour painting behind by CreativeIngrid | Ingrid Sanchez.



When I meet someone for the first time, the question of what I do for a living occasionally pops up. Usually saying “I am an artist” is not enough because a lot of people consider painting to be more of a hobby than a real job. When I go on to explain that “I paint flowers” I completely lose them. Why would anyone paint flowers? And what kind of flowers do I paint?

After one of these conversations where people seems to give up trying to understand I thought that women, artists and flowers have a lot in common; we are constantly misunderstood. And with these thoughts I decided to paint a new collection of flowers, but bigger and more colourful than ever. Flowers are delicate but strong, they are there to be loved and help us talk to others through them. I wanted a collection where nature and flowers shouted from their silence and I could not think of a better name for it than “Bold”.


The originals from this collection are sold out

June 01, 2017 — Ingrid Sanchez