Photography started as a hobby and became a passion for me. I needed something to fill my time and keep me sane so I picked up a camera again after years. I had a 35mm Minolta that I had been using which was followed by a digital point and shoot that my son gave me, that started me on my digital journey. A couple of cameras later and several photography classes at Fredericksburg Park and Recreation, VMFA and the Virginia Division of Forensic Science I decided to show some of my photos which lead me to the Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts.
I am still discovering my favorite subject to shoot so I have a wide variety of photos. I hope you will find at least one of my photographs you enjoy.
Ina Moss' focus in art has been primarily representational, but her new found love is the abstract. For the most part, she is self-taught, but she studied studio art at Germanna Community College and the University of Mary Washington. Her inspiration comes from her natural environment as well as her imagination which includes landscape, portraits and abstract.
Ina enjoys teaching and is currently volunteering her summertime to help mentally challenged and autistic students in the community. She has spent most of her life in Fredericksburg and has two grown daughters. She has held memberships in guilds in Manassas, Fredericksburg and Prince William County and is currently a member of FCCA, where she competes regionally and nationally.