Ingrid Sojit

Ingrid Sojit was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and (mostly) grew up near Washington DC, living in Colorado, Argentina and Mexico before settling in Washington State. Throughout much of her life Ingrid’s preferred medium was paint, both oils and acrylics, with elements of collage often incorporated into the painting. Beginning around 2012, while living in Argentina, she began working almost exclusively in paper collage. The collage period continued for several years after relocating to the US. In 2020, Ingrid returned to painting, choosing to work mostly with oils. The many years she spent exclusively on collage influenced the evolution of Ingrid’s vision as a painter. Throughout her work, there are recurring themes of transcendence, regeneration, decay and ultimate justice. Ingrid finds her inspiration in the shapes of plants and trees and lately has been inspired by Norwegian embroidery patterns and old illustrations of Siberian shamans.


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