Color is the most relevant ingredient in Chelsea Boxwell’s work. She takes fondly about the similarities between house paint and shiny pink fabrics she finds around the warehouses in The L.A. Fashion District. Painting is an act, and she paints without a conception in mind. The concept of the painting comes after. Equally, the installation of her work is site-specific, in correspondence with the specific room at a specific time. Also, glitter makes everything more active and she keeps an optimistic attitude.