Lot 277 - Caitlin Flood-Molyneux - Still Life
Ink on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
Caitlin Flood-Molyneux is a contemporary Welsh Artist based in South Wales. Their artistic practice investigates the relationship between pop culture imagery and the way in which we attach emotion and memory to images and use this to narrate their subjective experiences of hardship. Developing from the visual styles of DADA and early Pop Art, the combination of found imagery alongside abstract painterly forms allows them to develop their own visual language. Their use of historical imagery is important, as it embodies the memories which the artist seeks to portray. Their work is both deeply personal and universal, as it charts key moments of their life; a private and enigmatic visual story with which Flood-Molyneux invites the viewer to forge their own connection.
Caitlin Flood-Molyneux holds a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts Degree from Cardiff Metropolitan University (also one year from Bergen Academy of Art and Design). The artist also holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Art from Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Emergence Exhibition Winner, The Factory London
“Highly Commended Artists” for the Cosimo Art Competition
“Suspended In Time”, Solo Show - Fitzrovia Gallery, London, 2023
“The Other Art Fair by Saatchi Art", Kings Cross, London, 2022.
“Works on Paper 4", Blue Shop Cottage, London, 2022.
“Without Borders", AMC Art & Mind Centre, Nagoya, Japan, 2022.
"A Woman's Place", The Cello Factory, London, 2022
"Key of Dreams", Van Der Plas Gallery, New York, USA. 2022.
"Your Voice", Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, Wales, 2022.
Adorn the Common, Blackwater Gallery, Sota Marketplace
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
The work is an extension from my work made from my “Suspended In Time” series which is a reflection on the way we relate to our memories, particularly those shaped by trauma, loss, and love.
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