Ingrid Dohm is an award-winning artist based in Rockford, Illinois. Well known for her signature floral still lifes, her body of work spans an impressive array of subjects: landscapes, street scenes, and portraits, to name a few. The tie that binds this diverse body of work together is the consistent beauty, the lush and vibrant use of color, and the controlled technique that result in the unique elegance of her original artwork.

We hope you enjoy the sampling of her work contained on this website. If you would like more information about sales, commissions, workshops, or showings, please contact her by email at ingrid@ingriddohm.com, or using the contact page on this website.


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Ingrid Dohm - Art Show


Ingrid and the Freeport Art Museum

Ingrid  will participate in the Freeport Art Museum’s 12th Annual Regional Juried Exhibition with two entries  The event will run from November 13, through January 23, 2016.  The opening reception for the artists is from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m Friday, November 13.  The Museum is located at 121 N. Harlem Ave., Freeport, IL


Ingrid's Orchid Paintings Art Show

Ingrid has her second year of displaying watercolor and acrylic orchid paintings at the Nicholas Conservatory and Gardens on N. Second St. in Rockford, Il from January 31 to March 1, 2015.


Annual Rockford Fall Art Scene

Ingrid Dohm will present her collection of Rockford scenes at the Nicholas Conservatory and Gardens which is situated along Rock River on North Second Street opposite Sinnissippi Park in Rockford.

The Fall Art Scene is sponsored by the Rockford Area Art Council and takes place on Friday, October 3 from 5 to 9 p.m and on Saturday, October 4 from 3 to 9 p.m.

Her works include scenes of rivers, lakes, parks and architecture among others.

Rever’s Marina, acrylic on canvas, 30” x 40” Ingrid Dohm




Ingrid joins Beloit, WI "Knock On Our Door" campaign

"Summer Flower Garden" painted by Ingrid Dohm sits by the Gantry on State Street. Nearly 50 doors were painted by local artists and they will be displayed all throughout Beloit, WI and South Beloit, IL this summer. The doors are part of Visit Beloit's "Knock On Our Door" campaign to encourage tourists to come to the city.



In Memory of Arthur Mattison Alzheimers paint-a-thon


Ingrid returns from Atlanta, GA!

“I have just arrived home from participating in a very successful seminar in Atlanta, GA. conducted by Alex Tiersch of the American Medical Spa Association!

I presented six of my works at the seminar which were favorably received!

This was the first of a series of seminars to come and I am very excited about that prospect”! 




Ingrid to present work at Nicholas Conservatory

Ingrid Dohm will be presenting ten new large scale watercolor paintings at the Nicholas Conservatory located at 1354 N. Second St. in Rockford, IL 61107.
All paintings were executed on location at the conservatory and have orchids as their theme.
The show runs Tuesday through Friday, February 11-14 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and from Saturday through Sunday February 15-16. 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Nicholas Conservatory telephone 815-987-8858



Ingrid is honored with two installations of her work.

The Swedish American Regional Cancer Center had 400 attendees at its Open House reception for its new $33,000,000 center on October 9, 2013.  The Center is located at 3535 N. Bell School Road,  Rockford,  IL 61107 just west of the I-90 corridor at the East Riverside Blvd. exit.
The Center offers advanced treatments under one roof and care that is coordinated by the region’s top specialists, including experts from UW Health and its nationally recognized University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center.






"I must go down to the seas again . . . . . "

John Masefield had it just right as he wrote his now famous poem "Sea Fever".

"I must go down to the seas again, for the call of the running tide.  Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied; And all I ask is a windy day with the white clouds flying, And the flung spray and the blown spume, and the sea-gulls crying."

Evidently, Ingrid was bitten by the call again.  She accepted a recent offer to conduct another watercolor workshop at sea.  She boarded Celebrity's Millennium  in Seward, Alaska on May 10 for a 14 day roundtrip to Vancouver, B.C.  This was Ingrid's 9th sailing since she came down with sea fever in 2007.  When the workshops ended, she never wasted any time to go "top side" to see what she could paint from the deck.  These are some of the paintings resulting from this recent cruise.