Indre has been a glass painter and designer for over twenty years. Indre graduated with a BFA in Illustration and Art Education in 1994 from Parsons School of Design. In 1996, after working as a textile designer in NYC’s fashion district, she became the third apprentice and Kress Foundation fellow of the St Ann’s stained glass conservation program where she had first been introduced to the field as an intern in 1993. While training in conservation techniques, it became clear that her interest and aptitude were specifically geared towards stained glass replication painting.  Indre has replicated work for the Stanford White Cottage in Montauk; The Thomas Edison House in New Jersey; and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, most notably for the Langon Chapel at the Cloisters. 

In addition to the conservation training, Indre continued to create personal works in stained glass, and  in a variety of drawing and printmaking media. She continued study after graduating Parsons at the New York Art Students League where she is now a lifelong member. Indre works in a variety of painting techniques on glass. Her original painting and design work can be seen at Princeton University’s Ivy Club, Yale University, and at Temple Beth Or in Maple Glen, PA.