Kelsey Skaroff b. 1993 in Yardley, PA creates artworks exploring how interactions are foundational to the formation of land, the prevailing timelessness of nature through change, and resulting common grounds for collective understanding, restoration, and abundance between all beings. Primarily an ecological gardener and painter, her practice also includes foraging, writing, drawing, music making, mixed media exploration, and ongoing collaboration.

Kelsey received her BFA in Painting and Drawing from Tyler School of Art in 2015 and works professionally in Greater Philadelphia’s green industry.

At Michael Heizer’s Double Negative in 2021.