Flakes: A Timely Installation at the Sprint Flatiron Prow Art Space

Flatiron Flake Prow Untapped Cities AFineLyne

This month, The Sprint Flatiron Prow Art Space, also known as the museum without walls, introduces the timely installation Flakes. Artist Chelsea Hrynick Browne equates her small, hand-cut Origami paper cutouts to fellow New Yorkers – each one of the small works unique, elusive, quirky, beautiful. “We are all flakes!”

Chelsea Hrynick Browne Untapped Cities AFineLyneImage via Sprint Flatiron Prow Art Space

Her colorful creations are inspired by math, philosophy, technology and nature, and her work can be found nationally. You might recognize her style in local pieces that are in permanent collections, such as NYU Hassenfeld Hospital. She has been in many exhibits including Twelvetide, Neighborhood Church of Greenwich Village, Bushwick Open Studios, Artists and Fleas, Grand Central Public Library Exhibition, and on and on. Hailing from Madison, Wisconsin, Ms. Hrynick Browne lives in the East Village.

Chelsea Hrynick Browne Flake Untapped Cities AFineLyneThe installation, January 21

Flatiron Prow Chelsea Hrynick Browne Untapped Cities AFineLyne

Flake Sprint Flatiron Prow Art Space Untapped Cities AFineLyne

Flatiron Prow Flake Untapped Cities AFineLyne

The Sprint Flatiron Prow Art Space exhibit, Flakes, will be on view through March 16.

Next, read about the secrets of the Flatiron Building and the secrets of Madison Square. Contact the author at AFineLyne.

 Chelsea Hrynick Browne, Flatiron, Flatiron Prow Art Space

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