Ingrid Barreneche is a Colombian-born interdisciplinary artist living in South Florida. Barreneche earned a BFA at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL (2013) where she also earned her MFA in (2017). Throughout her career, Barreneche has been deeply invested in creating art that raises awareness about the importance of the journey of life and reclaiming the sense of wonder in viewers. Her work is a reflection of her personal experiences and observations, and serves as a journal of life in a world of opportunities and challenges. Her pieces aim to transport the viewer into a childlike realm of wonder and encourage them to reflect on their own experiences and place in the world.

Barreneche’s work has been featured in various exhibitions including Landing, Cornell Museum, Delray Beach, FL (2017); Nature Preserved, Viridis Art Collective, Cultural Council of Palm Beach Country (2015). The Boca Raton Museum of Art in Boca Raton, FL (2013). UNESCO World Water Day (2010-2016), UNESCO World Water Day, performance, Jose Marti Park, Miami, FL (2011), The Rotary Club of Miami, FL (2011).

Art-world pioneer Bernice Steinbaum and other private collectors have commissioned work from her. Barreneche's work has been awarded the Honor and Commends Award for community work through the Service Learning Project, Miami–Dade College (2009), the Honor Award, Miami–Dade College (2011), and the Rotary Club of Miami's 1st Prize in Sculpture for her work, “A Quest for Peace” (2011).

 Ingrid Barreneche has consistently created meaningful and thought-provoking art that resonates with audiences, and continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in the mediums she explores.