Ingrid Kallick is an artist and writer. She has attened every IX since the very beginning, and counts the artists and fans as her art family. She absorbed folk art from her immigrant grandparents who hailed from Norway, Bohemia and Ukraine. Rumor has it that she was abducted by fairies as a child. After returning, her illustrations have appeared in Science, Scientific American, Cricket, Communication Arts, murals, books, stage sets, and literary journals. She recived the Chesley Award for best Magazine Cover in 2018, as well as best magazine cover from the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators in 2010 and 2015. She mainly works in acrylic on board and paper, but also uses gouache, oil, and digital painting techniques.
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