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Isabella Innis ( born 1990, Nashville, Tennessee) graduated from Westmont College (Santa Barbara, California) in 2012 with a degree in Fine Arts after spending parts of her childhood in Oxford, U.K. and Colorado. Innis currently lives and works in Los Angeles. She is best known for her abstract paintings in which she uses charcoal, acrylic paint and oil stick to explore the limitations of opacity and transparency. Innis uses washes and impasto painting techniques, frequently in her signature red and pink tones, applying the paint rhythmically with a palette knife, brush, and even her hands. Her paintings engage with the arts of story-telling and music composition, their arrangements of color gradients and rhythmic marks possessing an arch like that of a poem, a story, or a concerto in conversation with both the joy and grief of passing time. Innis’s paintings have been acquired by collections across the United States and the U.K. Her most recent solo exhibitions Red Valley and Notes on Nostalgia showed in Johannesburg, South Africa, and Los Angeles respectively.