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INMA MEDINA

After working in the fashion industry for many of the most prestigious fashion houses in New York for 29 years, Inma moved to Connecticut where her son was born. She then started her own pattern development company from her home studio. Some of her clients include, Monse, Jason Wu, Alexander Wang, DVF, Oscar de la Renta, and many more.


She began her watercolor journey in the spring of 2017 when she started researching to create silk scarfs with a botanical theme. The watercolor medium fascinated her so much that she fell in love with it. Inma Loves the most transparent of pigments. She loves nature and living in the country she is surrounded by it every day. She looks for interesting patterns and strange color arrangements in nature. Inma takes photos for inspiration and for reference to create compositions. Inma paints from life and from her own photographs.
Her favorite flowers to paint are amaryllis and tulips. 



EXHIBITIONS:​


AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BOTANICAL ARTISTS, ASBA


ASBA

American Society of Botanical Artists/Wave Hill 23rd Annual International Exhibition.  The exhibition will open at Wave Hill in early September and remain on view through December 6, 2020.


ASBA

​American Society of Botanical Artists/Marin Art and Garden Center 22nd Annual International juried Exhibition. The exhibition will open at Marin Art and Garden Center with a reception on September 22 and remain on view through November 17, 2019


​ASBA​

​"Out On A Limb" juried exhibition at the Foundry Art Centre in Charles, Missouri, US. From October, 5 through December, 28, 2018


NORTH EAST WATERCOLOR SOCIETY, NEWS


NEWS

43rd Annual International Juried exhibition 2019. The Gallery at Kent Art Association. October 20th through November 3, 2019.


NEWS

2019 NEWS Annual juried member's show at Sunny, Middletown, NY. February 3, through March 18, 2019


​NEWS
42rd Annual International Juried exhibition 2018. The Gallery at Kent Art Association in Kent, CT, US. October 14th through October 27th, 2018.