Ventulett Gallery

Inclusiveness, creativity, diversity, and innovation are hallmarks of Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church.

The Ventulett Gallery at Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church is named for a parishioner, architect, artist, and friend Tom Ventulett. Designed by Ventulett as part of the church’s 2012 renovation, this gallery space has become a showcase for local and regional talent. Our venue provides for artistic expression of the highest possible standards that elevate and educate our parish and community about the power of art to inspire and promote curiosity—a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the artwork support this ministry of hospitality. If you are interested in displaying your artwork, please contact Caroline Fleming at

Current Exhibit: Wanderlust Musings

Immigrating to the United States in 1962 after the Cuban Revolution, Ines spent most of her childhood in Chicago. As a ten-year-old — without command of the English language — she resorted to using her artistic skills to communicate through drawing. Her artistic flair was influenced by her father who liked to draw political cartoons and caricatures of friends and family.

She attended Cleveland State University (1974) and majored in printmaking. Her art career began as a teacher in high school and elementary school. After acquiring a Master of Art Education and a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Central Florida, she became an elementary administrator for 20 years.

In 2012, after a 30-year education career, Ines retired and now devotes her time to art and travel. She has visited over 40 countries since. Through these journeys, she derives much of her inspiration for her current artworks.

Ines moved to Atlanta in 2017 — and for the first time in her life — has an art studio in her sprawling basement! In Atlanta, her work has been displayed at the Spruill Center for the Arts and in various exhibitions hosted by the Atlanta Collage Society.

“Part of my process before beginning a painting is to first take a mental journey of my past experiences, impressions, and travels and then capture it expressively and abstractly.”

Join us on Thursday, June 20, from 6:00-7:30 PM for the opening of Wonderlust Musing


 Upcoming Exhibits  

  • August 22 – October 7: Anita Best Misel & Maryam Askaran
  • October 10 – December 2: Susan Westmoreland
  •  December 5, 2024 – January 13, 2025: Angels Judie Jacobs & Friends
  • January 16 – March 3: Kelly O’Neal
  • March 4 – April 28: Trina Christina Reception April 13)
  • May 1 – June 16: Available 
  • June 19 – August 25: Available 
  • August 28 – October 13: HIES Alumnae Show
  • October 16 – December 8: Collage Society

Visit the Ventulett Gallery

  • Monday-Thursday    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday                          9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Sunday                        7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

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