Chelsea Hrynick creates art using cut origami paper and is inspired by the natural patterns that surround us. Her work, composed of individual squares consisting of brightly colored paper cut into shapes, comes together at scale when multiple tiles are placed alongside each other to create mind-blowing explosions of color, pattern and texture. An engineer by education, Chelsea soon realized that she was more left brain artist than right brain engineer. But her love of mathematics and geometry couldn't just go by the wayside so upon arriving to NYC this past Fall from Wisconsin (what's the story with the superstar Wisco representation at the market?), she has been focusing on getting her art out there and is actively seeking a home for her large-format installation. Stay tuned and check her out this Saturday in Williamsburg.