The Most Important Things Are the Hardest Things to Say
- Acrylic on canvas, found fabric, pastels, beads, polyester filling, and hand carved wood
- 16" x 30" x 110"
"Inspired by the dark underbelly of the circus, this piece's nickname is trapeze swinging candy cane arm or Grandma’s eyeglasses. It speaks to the friendly and welcoming nature of a circus show. One where if you spend enough time there you realize its eerie nature."
- Kelsey Tynik
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Kelsey Tynik is an interdisciplinary sculptor who has exhibited in New York, Connecticut, Arkansas, Texas, and California. She most recently exhibited at Collar Works (NY), Hesse Flatow (NY), Ely Center of Contemporary Art (CT), and JEFF (TX). She has been an artist-in-residence at Mass MoCA, Arts, Letters, Numbers, ChaNorth, and Vermont Studio Center. Her work has been featured in Hyperallergic, Artforum, create! Magazine, The Coastal Post, and I Like Your Work.