Chelsea's Story


     Hailing from British Columbia, Canada, Chelsea's professional artistic history began 10 years ago as a pencil artist creating detailed equine drawings at the age of 16 years old. Her artwork has since been commissioned both locally and internationally.


In 2014 Chelsea moved to Vancouver hoping to pursue her art further by attending Vancouver Film School. After entering the world of cinema visual effects she built her way up to VFX Lead Lighting Technical Director at a large film studio. Her work can be found in films such as “Ad Astra” (2019), “The Dark Tower” (2017), and “Independence Day: Resurgence” (2016).

After leaving the film industry in pursuit of a quieter life, Chelsea is now back to following her ultimate passion of creating pencil drawings and paintings for the world to enjoy. She finds no greater joy than when a person feels an emotion or attachment to a piece she meticulously created. She connects with each of her pieces of art. To her they have a life of their own - they almost breathe.


In addition to her own unique works of art, Chelsea accepts commissions for custom equine and animal artwork. A past competitive equestrian herself and raised with horses and animals her entire life - currently entertained by her young, much loved Labrador dog/child, Casper - she understands the love and devotion one feels toward their animal loved ones.