how to make work about flowers [Molly Rose Freeman]
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Molly Rose Freeman uses pattern as a lens to explore the dynamic framework of interconnectivity. With a foundation in freehand drawing, she builds diverse compositions using geometric forms, exploring relationships that exist from the microscopic to the galactic. She works in a variety of media including murals, paintings, drawing, design, sculpture, collage, video and light installation.
Freeman has painted murals around the world with Living Walls, Foundation Art Fair, the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, the Atlanta Beltline, and more. Recent clients include the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the Atlanta Hawks, Indigo Hotels, W Hotels, and the City of Charleston.
Molly received her high school diploma in Visual Arts from the North Caroline School of the Arts, and in 2010 earned her BA in Creative Writing from the Unviersity of North Carolina-Asheville. She has exhibited in group shows at MOCA-GA, Gallery 72 and Swan Coach House, and she had a solo exhibition at Beep Beep Gallery in 2014. She was a 2014-2015 Fellow in Wonderroot's Walthall Fellowship Program as well as a 2013-2014 Resident with The Creatives Project. She was recently awarded a Distinguished Fellow grant for the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences.