Ingrid Sanchez, also known as CreativeIngrid is a Mexican-British watercolour artist based in London, U.K.
My name is Ingrid Sanchez, artist and founder of CreativeIngrid.
I am a Mexican-British full time artist and designer based in London, UK.
I illustrate and paint everyday using watercolours and mixed media, gaining inspiration from nature and a daily dose of meditation. I love the moon, plants of every kind, good weather, yoga and tea.
In addition to painting and collaborating with different brands, I teach workshops in my home-studio in West London. I have taught corporative classes to brands like Harrods and Target. My workshops have expanded to different parts of the world including Mexico, Barcelona, NYC and Amsterdam.
MEDIUMS & PROCESS
I am known for my loose dynamic style and non-sketching approach. My paintings are always born from an experience or idea that I explore directly on the paper.
Watercolour always serves as my ground base and other mediums like inks or acrylics join in depending on how my paintings evolve. My artworks are the result of constant and fearless experimentation.
'Brush Dancing' is an expression that I use on social media because although it sounds surprising, I literally step and dance on my paper. This is my way of connecting with my art in a way that goes beyond the technical.
Videos of my process can be found on my IG and YouTube channel.
Where can you find me?
My original watercolours are only available on this website.
Other products such as art prints, prints on canvas, phone cases, pillow cases and wall stickers are available on this website and my Etsy shop.
I collaborate with different brands that offer a variety of products with my art. Some of these are Fy!, Kate & Laurel, Laural Home, iCanvas and Spoonflower.
My art is also available for art license and I am currently represented by Jewel Branding.
If you are interested in working together please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Press & Media
The Times, Style Play
Interior Design Challenge
Cass Art London
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