Chalet Comellas, born in Tampa, Florida, is a multidisciplinary artist and independent curator who lives and works in Nashville, Tennessee. Her work employs expanded forms of painting, sculpture, video, and digital media to engage viewers visually and sonically. Through experimental and time-based frameworks her studio and curatorial practices seek to illuminate the interplay between collaboration, materiality, spirituality, and technology.

She holds an MFA in Interdisciplinary Studio Arts from Florida State University and a BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in painting from the University of Tampa. Comellas has taught as a Visiting Artist in Residence at Vanderbilt University, a Visiting Assistant Professor in Foundations at Austin Peay State University, and an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Art at Florida State University. In addition to teaching, she has directed and co-curated exhibitions for Unrequited Leisure, an artist-run project space in Nashville, TN focused on video installation, net-art and interactive media.

Comellas' work has been presented at numerous museums, academic institutions, and galleries including the Doral Museum of Art in Miami, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Albany Museum of Art, University of Arizona, Colorado College, Florida A&M University, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY; Zeitgeist Gallery, Nashville, TN; Stove Works, Chattanooga, TN; Flashpoint Gallery in Washington D.C.; Grace Exhibition Space in Brooklyn, NY; Terrain Biennial 2021, Chicago, IL; P.S. Satellites: A Project of Prospect 4 New Orleans at the Acadiana Center for the Arts, Lafayette, LA; and the Miami New Media Festival, which premiered in Miami and traveled to Venezuela, Italy, Aruba, and the Netherlands.

In addition, she has won numerous awards, grants, and residencies. Her work has garnered reviews and articles in regional and national publications. Selected press includes Chronogram, BURNAWAY, Number Inc. Magazine, Art Spiel, Nashville Scene, Art Valley, Locate Arts, Style Weekly, MAPC Journal, Ruckus Journal, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Orlando Sentinel, and the Tampa Bay Times.