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Foul mouth, warm heart.

"Art is so intimate. Nothing compares to the meaningful exchange people have with art- or between one another via art. When an unspoken level of understanding and bonding happens, something deep within us is touched in a very positive way. Even if just for a moment we don't feel so sad, empty and alone- that's a huge gift to give people." 
-Inger Price

Born in California in the 1970's, Inger Price began her artistic journey with the comming of her dexterous skills and brought the spirit of the 70's and 80's with her.

In addition to the immediate benefits of self expression, her art has helped many people. Communities, educational institutions, other artists, film makers, non-profit organizations and business owners have all benefited from her creative skills, works, ideas, time and efforts.

Inger has done over 20 showings of her work professionally- galleries, museums and currently has 4 public art pieces out in the world. Her independent film contributions include two horror films (credited) and another (sans credit). Her work has been on national television three times- on PBS twice and on an IFC tv (Independent Film Channel) commercial for comedian Marc Maron's television series 'Maron'.

In 2015, Inger was invited to curate an exhibit at The Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County in Yuba City, California. 'FLOODED, Nature & the Human Spirit' welcomed an enthusiastic public to the Opening Reception and was very well received by the community.

She has heavily contributed to improving her community with art and/or efforts for (but not limited to): the Yuba County Library, Yuba Community College, Marysville Community Garden, AMGEN Cycling Tour, Yuba-Sutter Arts Council, 2012 Bok Kai Parade, Olivehurst Car Show, The Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County, Blueline Arts of Roseville, KZFR 90.1FM Community Radio Station of Chico, 93Q of the Yuba-Sutter area, the Placer County SPCA, BRAVO Breast Cancer Fundraising event, Plumas Lake Educational Foundation and her local LGBTQI organization.

Using mediums of steel, fabric, paper or just her sparkling personality, what drives her is improving the state of the human condition. 

"I think we are all suffering in one way or another. If I can provide any type of comfort, relief or a good laugh, I'm totally doing that."

Foul mouth, warm heart.

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I curated a museum exhibit! THANK YOU for attending this very special show!

Nature & the Human Spirit
September 11th - November 14th, 2015

This group exhibition explored the similarities between a flood in nature and cycles of our human condition.

The Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County
1333 Butte House Road Yuba City, California 95993

​17 artists break the levee of the typical to flood this beautiful museum with a variety of works in the mediums of oils, acrylic, ceramic, steel, copper, fabric, light, sound and spoken word poetry. A buffet for the senses, the colors, textures, concepts, sounds and depth of emotions are an adventure to be experienced. Undertones of social, political, environmental and personal activism, FLOODED reveals the human condition as cyclical. As in nature.

Exhibiting artists:
Max Komissarchik, Joshua Clinkenbeard, Mark Fox, Don Payne, Louie Lethridge, Doric T. Jemison-Ball II, Gerald Hufeld, Paul Boehmke, Zbigniew Richard Kozikowski, Dennis Taylor, Zoran Peshich, Matthew Timoszyk, Inger Price, Janie Payne, Andrew Hendricks and New York based artist Felandus Thames.