Inanda was born in Boksburg in 1971. In 1981 she moved to Pretoria, Gauteng where she still live and work as an artist.
After completing matric at Hoërskool Waterkloof in 1988 she studied Theatre crafts at the Pretoria Technicon, now TUT and specialized in Decor under artist, Jan van der Merwe.
She worked as a commercial artist and decor painter and paint technique specialist on projects such as Port Louis Casino (Mauritius), Poor boys restaurant franchise (Gauteng and George), Mimmo’s franchise (Gauteng), Caesar’s palace casino (Johannesburg) Monte Casino (Johannesburg). Her work also includes private residences for mural and paint technique art.
Around 2010 she packed up her scaffolding and wall paints and switched over to Stretched Canvas. Inanda is a self-taught artist in mainly oil paints. She has participated in group exhibitions and shows and has completed two solos. She is currently building her portfolio and distribution base as atmospheric sea, sky and landscape painter.
Inanda is gebore in Boksburg in 1971. In 1981 trek sy na Pretoria, Gauteng waar sy steeds leef en werk as kunstenaar.
In 1988 voltooi sy haar matriek te Waterkloof Hoërskool en studeer verder by TUT, Teater verhooginkleding en spesialiseer in dekor onder kunstenaar Jan van der Merwe.
Sy begin haar loopbaan as komersiele kunstenaar en dekorskilder asook verftegniek spesialis waar sy aan projekte soos Port Louis Casino (Mauritius), Poor boys restaurant franchise (Gauteng and George), Mimmo’s franchise (Gauteng), and Caesar’s palace casino (Johannesburg) Monte Casino (Johannesburg) werk. Sy het ook aan privaat huise gewerk aan muurskilderye en verf tegnieke.
In 2010 het sy besluit om weg te breek van komersiele werk en haarself begin leer om as kunstenaar op kanvas en olieverf te werk.
Tot dusver het sy aan groeps uitstallings en kuns-skoue deel geneem en het twee solo uitstallings onder die belt. Sy is tans besig om haar portefule te bou in atmosferiese see, lug en landskap skilderye.
To share an emotion or experience is a compulsion
I am finding ways to share my moments of joy and intense reflection as nature presents itself to me. It is sometimes elusive and fleeting. Sometimes it is overwhelming and I struggle to find the right tone. But I will strive to capture in light and movement the emotion that is stirred in my soul.
The telling might at times be abstract in the re-telling and I will keep evolving in my quest to find the most eloquent of marks to captivate and entice my viewer to come closer, step inside, sit down and just find a moment to be quiet and still.
“in times when one can produce no great effect in the outer world, one should seek to shape the expression of one’s being in small ways” I’Ching 9, the image