Josephine Tournier Ingram is an American abstract painter. Her parents immigrated to the United States from France and Germany. Based in Santa Barbara California, Josephine is best known for creating commissioned series for clients and art collectors, using color inspiration from their homes/estates and surrounding landscapes. She is influenced by mid-20th century American abstract expressionist, such as Mark Rothko and Helen Frankenthaler. With an art scholarship, Josephine received her B.A. in Art from Westmont College in 2000. Upon graduating Josephine worked as a senior graphic designer and artist for Powell-Peralta Skateboards. She also created graphic art for international clients such as a London designer shoe brand. Soon after Josephine was the owner/art director for her UK/California clothing brand Ecozuzu (featured in the Santa Barbara Museum of Art store, Santa Barbara Magazine, The Santa Barbara Independent, Santa Barbara News Press, Pop Sugar, Planet Green, and the Entourage HBO series). Josephine taught graphic design and art at Westmont College, Santa Barbara City College, MAD (Multi-Arts and Design Academy) at Santa Barbara High School, and the Gaede Institute for the Liberal Arts summer program. She is currently a member of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art. She has donated her paintings to support art programs such as VADA (Visual Arts and Design Academy at SBHS), Monte Vista Elementary, Artist Support Pledge, and more. Josephine's paintings can can be found in private collections in Santa Barbara, Colorado, Switzerland, Berlin, London, and Paris.