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My thoughts start to become tangible. They are fast and bold; yet slow and timid. They are feelings and memories that become crystallized through material, form and color. Each piece, a thought organ, living and breathing in time and illusion all at once. They are units of the same family. They speak to one another, sometimes as friends and sometimes as foes but always, in conversation.  


Kelsey Tynik is an artist working and living in Ridgewood, Queens. She focuses on abstract painting and collage.
Cargo Collective 2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles