Chelsea Hrynick Browne is an artist established in New York working with paper and light refraction through site specific installations. Through her delicate process she achieves a result that is both meditative and spatial. Her work relies on paper, paint and shadows to emerge with the whimsical and dream light that activates and concludes her work.
Her artwork abstractly examines concepts such as community, individualism, mathematics, evolution, time rituals, information processing and visual attraction through using a variety of materials including paper, plastic, paint, glitter, recycled magazines and beads. Her practice evolves relative to the environment she is creating in, and her work reflects the structures of systems in movement and relation.
Browne graduated from the University of Wisconsin where she studied mathematics and woodwork. She's lived and practiced art in NYC since 2012 where clients have ranged from large commercial real estate companies to private collectors, universities, hospitals, lounges and public transportation spaces. Chelsea’s independent practice has allowed her to continue her exploration of evolution, mathematics and spatial components. She is planning on studying nonprofit leadership at The University of Pennsylvania.