Reese Inman
Since 2006
Works in Boston United States of America

Reese Inman is an artist/programmer who uses a variety of mediums in her artwork, combining hand processes with digital algorithmic generative processes.

A graduate of Harvard University and recipient of the David McCord arts award, Reese has studied painting, film, design and classical piano. Prior to concentrating her full energies on painting, she spent a decade working as a multimedia designer/programmer, creating educational media for technology, biotech and pharmaceutical companies. Reese is a 2004 graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Diploma program and 2005 graduate of the same institution’s Fifth Year Certificate program, a two-time recipient of the Dana Pond Award in Painting (2004 & 2005), a 2005 recipient of the St. Botolph Club’s Grant-in-Aid Award, and a 2008 recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship. Reese is represented in New England by Gallery NAGA, Boston; in New Jersey by Simon Gallery, Morristown; and in Provincetown, MA by Kobalt Gallery. Her paintings are in the collections of institutions including the DeCordova Museum & Sculpture Park, Fidelity Investments, Simmons College, McKee Nelson, Merck, Neiman Marcus, and Pricewaterhouse Coopers, as well as numerous private collections.