Inness Hancock (b. 1972, Charleston, SC) is an American artist. Her works include paintings, drawings, watercolors, encaustic works, and prints. Her large-scale paintings and custom wall installations are included in private collections. Inness has painted in over 28 World Heritage UNESCO sites, as well as many National parks. She has painted the desert of the Southwest extensively, along the East and West Coasts, and in such countries as England, Scotland, France, Italy, Mexico, and Turkey. She resides in Bedford, New York, and Northeast Harbor, Maine. Her work exemplifies her commitment to the conservation of historic and natural landmarks as well as natural resources and wildlife.