Chelsea Leopold is a fine artist with a focus on abstracted realism. She is best known for her drawings which incorporate scribbling and general chaos.
She graduated from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia in 2012. She currently works and resides in sunny California, often feeling bad about not being outside enough.
“Identity is like the truth, everyone perceives it differently. The truth is, identity is a creature in a constant state of change and disarray. A creature with eyes and hands, that is built and destroyed by anything and everyone. I use charcoal, pastels and subtraction in my work to explore identity and the incessant need to define ourselves and others.”