Hayley Youngs is a painter & teaching artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. She holds a BFA from Pratt Institute and her art has been included in group shows at the Proto Gomez Gallery, Paradice Palase, Satellite Art Show, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Apostle Gallery, Six Summit Gallery collaboration with NYFW, and Greenpoint Open Studios.
Youngs’ work has also been featured and included in the “I like Your Work Podcast,” in collaboration with the Bridgette Meyer Gallery, NY Times article on the “Wet Dreams” show she participated in with Satellite Art Club, Artnet article including Temp.img online gallery as well as an Artnet article including her show at Satellite Art Club, Time Out NY for her participation in “Art On The Ave”. You can read more about her work in Youngs interviews with The Know Culture, Create Magazine and Art Zealous.
Brooklyn-based transcendental painter Hayley Youngs creates lavish geometric paintings, alluding to a realm beyond the physical world, both philosophically and spiritually. Employing a visual language of esoteric shapes and curvilinear motifs, she navigates a mystical pictorial space, governed by symmetry, color, and intuitive precision. With a mission to “find the calm within the chaos” amidst a wildly turbulent sociopolitical climate, Youngs’ ongoing series of Rorschach-esque works metaphorize humanity’s journey into the unknown and the societal transformation taking shape in our modern historical moment. Drawing stylistic influence from Art Deco, Psychedelia, and Visionary art traditions, these kaleidoscopic abstractions are a timely reflection of the universal desire for balance and positivity, serving as a safe haven for comfort, collective meditation, introspection, and re-orientation.
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