Imogene Drummond

Imogene Drummond Artist

Artist Statement
Exhibitions & Collections

Connecting Castilblanco to the Cosmos

Big Bang Boards


Beyond Memory

Divine Sparks
Between Silence
& the Sea

Art Sparks

Art Sparks
Terra Incognita
Memory, Myth & Cultural Transformation
Wandering & Walking: Facing the Unknown

Options for the Future


Imogene Drummond


Imogene Drummond's artwork has been exhibited and collected internationally, including in the United States, Europe, Australia, Bali, Greece, St Lucia, and the United Arab Emirates. Her collectors include luxury hotels, international corporations, and distinguished private collectors. These include the former first lady of a European country, best-selling authors, award-winning playwrights, and individuals who enjoy living with art that beautifies and enriches their homes, offices and public spaces.

  • A prominent collector purchased Petroglyph # 5.  The Phillips Collection recently called his collection “one of the most important collections of contemporary art in the United States.”

  • A noted New York collector purchased Arawak Ardor.  It now hangs with paintings by Robert Motherwell, Jackson Pollack and Marsden Hartley, among others.

  • Collectors often purchase paintings in multiples. Corporate collectors of multiple paintings include luxury hotels in St Lucia, Bali and Greece; and corporations in Luxembourg, New York and Washington, D.C. Private New York and German collectors have purchased six and seven paintings, respectively.

  • Three large paintings were chosen for the ArtFull Living Designer Showcase—a dynamic collaboration between designers and artists—in Cold Spring, New York.

  • Jazz! (8 x 5’) was made into a 13’ public banner and featured in the Beekman Street Banner Project.  See

  • Fire Island, a 10-panel piece (2.5 x 8’), was featured in the two-story atrium of the inaugural exhibit of the Maryland Institute College of Art’s new Health Center, Baltimore, MD.

  • A mini-retrospective collection of 16 paintings were featured in Ken Kristensen’s film Guests of the Uninvited, set in an historic Hudson Valley castle in New York. 

  • Three paintings were featured in the Goldee Greene’s musical, Sprang Thang, in New York.

  • Fertile Beauty, a solo showin St Lucia, included several large (8 x 8,’ 8 x 5,’ and 8 x 3’) paintings.

  • Jazz! (8 x 5’) was featured in Jazz at the Pyramid, a group show that was part of the International Jazz Festival in St Lucia.

  • Collaborative Concepts—a gallery in Beacon, NY, known for showing world class  art—chose Drummond’s work for its Peripheral Vision show of visionary artists.

  • Divine Sparks (30-minute multi-media film)—which Drummond wrote, directed, produced, and created the artwork—won the Legacy Xchange Award at its premiere at the MIX International Short Film Festival in Richmond, VA, in February 2012.

  • Divine Sparks Film + Book workshop was presented at the 2013 NAEA (National Art Educators Association) National Convention.

  • Divine Sparks Film + Book was presented to the Society of Woman Geographers in New York City in 2013.

  • Divine Sparks film was invited to screen at the San Diego International Children’s Film Festival at the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA, 2012.

  • Divine Sparks film was invited to screen at the Los Angeles International Children’s Film Festival at WonderCon, Anaheim, CA, 2012.

  • Divine Sparks film was a Finalist at the Moondance International Film Festival, in New York City, 2012.

  • Divine Sparks film was adapted into a multimedia performance piece that featured Gwen Laster’s music and was performed live at the Brecht Forum in New York City.

  • Sparky (3-minute animation of a paper cut-out) was selected for and screened at seven national and international film festivals.

  • Between Silence & the Sea (5-minute art video) premiered at the Richmond International Film Festival in Richmond, VA, 2013.

  • Divine Sparks story, which Drummond wrote and illustrated, was adapted and performed by dancers from ages 3 to 63, as a Modern Dance Performance at the Depot Theatre in Garrison, New York.

  • A section of Divine Sparks was adapted and composed by Kristin Hevner and performed as an avant-garde, operatic work-in-progress in New York City.

  • Panelist on the James River Writers Writing Show entitled Beyond Hollywood: Local and Indie Filmmakers Talk About Their Craft in partnership with the Richmond International Film Festival in Richmond, VA.

  • Interview with Ray Velez for a doctoral thesis on creativity.

  • Interview with Carletta Joy Walker on WBAI radio about spirituality in art.

  • Interview with Sam Tallerico about “Divine Sparks Paintings” exhibit on Cold Spring Radio, Cold Spring, NY.

  • Drummond’s article “Options for the Future” was published in the book The Rule of Mars (2006: Knowledge, Ideas & Trends).