Discovered for her unique Kaleidoscope-conjuring creations, artist Chelsea Hrynick Browne has found the ideal outlet to utilize her training in fine art and mathematics. Chelsea hand-cuts paper into unique intricate patterns over and over again until the layers form a larger abstract “painting,” in a manner described as “obsessive detailed repetition.” What begins as a precise form evolves into something interpretive, elusive and beautiful.
Chelsea’s work can currently be viewed in the Gramercy Lounge Cibar where she created custom murals and a lighting installation. Her artwork has also been in permanent hospital collections across the country, including The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and The University of Iowa Children’s Hospital. Last January, her work filled Sprint’s Flatiron Art Space curated by Cheryl McGinnis Projects with a snowflake-inspired exhibit.