Deterioration can be beautiful if seen through the eyes of another. Using watercolor, ink, liquid acrylic and resin I capture the feeling of things falling apart but remaining beautiful. Repetition of shapes inviting viewers to look at the whole image and not get lost in one section. My work is created with the feeling of urgency, never knowing if I may not be able to hold a brush one day. My work asks you to step back and absorb the whole image, not to get caught up in a small section. It is about the "the big picture."
Brooke Pelczynski is an illustrator, designer, and multiple sclerosis fighter, based in Brooklyn, NY.
She graduated with a BFA in Illustration from The School of Visual arts.
Her work has been honored by the society of illustrators, and she is an adobe creative jam winner.
She has spoken at Columbia University about the challenges MS has taken on her artistic life, and continues to speak openly about the struggles it will cause in the future. After being diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis her main objective is to produce as much work as possible.
-The Peanut Gallery...Group Show, 2016 Meltdown Comice - LA
-Would you love me if...Solo Exhibition, 2014 Ouchi Gallery - Brooklyn, NY
-Grand Saloon Show...Group Show, 2014 Greenpoint Gallery - Brooklyn, NY
-Rock the Belles...Group Show, 2014 Lightspace Studios - Brooklyn, NY
-Society of Illustrators Annual...Group Show, 2013 & 2014 Society of Illustrators - New York, NY
-Sing for Hope...Public Art Project, 2013 Socraties sculpture park - New York, NY
-Life, Sex, Death...Group Show, 2013 Apostrophy Gallery - Brooklyn, NY
-The Weight of MS...Group Show, 2013 Washington, DC
-Man Made Monsters...Group Show, 2012 School of Visual Arts - New York, NY