UW Health is proud to have Chelsea Browne's artwork as part of our permanent collection. Her unique, colorful, and intricate work is excellent for the healthcare setting because it is fascinating to look at and appeals to all ages. Viewers are always amazed when they learn that her artwork is made of hand-cut paper. 

Mandy Kron

Project Manager: Art

UW Health Planning Design and Construction

Chelsea Browne’s work is illuminating and inspiring.

Anita Durst 

Founder of Chashama

Revelation Gallery (the art gallery of St John’s in the Village) was delighted to exhibit Chelsea Browne’s beautiful artwork in May, 2012. She was an active volunteer within the community during Covid. We very much appreciated her positive energy, her attention to detail, and the diverse and lively crowd who attended her month-long exhibition. 

Fr Graeme Napier

Rector, St John’s in the Village

Curator, Revelation Gallery

Chelsea brought color and fun to an empty corner of our museum.  She considered how the exhibit would be used and who would use it to create a beautiful, durable, playful and interactive work of art.  The Rainbow Room is enjoyed by guests daily and has withstood tremendous use.  It is a playful backdrop for photos, and inspires movement and joy.  In addition,  Chelsea is a wonderful friend to CMEE and a steward of our mission.  She advocates for us in the community, lends a helping hand at events, and identifies unique opportunities for families participating in our outreach programs to engage in.   

Liz Bard

Co- President

Children’s Museum of the East End

It was such a pleasure to exhibit Chelsea’s works at Matriark. We love her intricate work, and how much energy and love Chelsea puts into her art. She is a dedicated member of our community, and an inspiration for many artists and creatives alike.

Patricia Assui Reed

Matriark | Founder

Chelsea made a series of beautiful hand cut origami paper artwork for Wyckoff Heights Medical Center's main lobby. These colorful, thoughtfully created pieces are appreciated daily by staff, patients, and visitors. She worked professionally with the administration within the hospital staff and was timely and courteous in regards to the artwork creation and installment.

Rafael Espinal

President and Executive Director

Freelancer's Union

Chelsea shared her artwork through a virtual show with the Dattner Gallery during the spring of 2020. Her initiative to provide art care packages to local NYC hospital workers during the height of the pandemic was especially touching to our team. It was a reminder for us that art has a power to connect & inspire people in unexpected ways. I look forward to collaborating with her on future projects.

Rebecca McCarthy

Project Architect & Gallery Curator, Dattner Architects