Molly Brown: Through A Bird’s Eye
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An exhibition of images seen from a bird’s perspective
2nd Friday Art Walk Reception:
August 10 • 5–8pm
[Pictured: portion, Morning Fog © 2018 Molly Brown]
This collection of mostly new work in oil includes seascapes, landscapes and abstractions of the natural world. Natural colors, patterns and atmospheres are paramount.
Artist Molly Brown has been trained in scientific illustration and pays great attention to detail in her artwork. This new work is a departure and focuses on mood and color, abstracting land and seascapes. All of the work can be imagined as how a bird might perceive the world while flying or perched on a branch. Changing the viewer’s perspective is the desire and goal.
Molly Brown is the founder and teacher of the Bolinas School of Botanical Art which is currently exhibiting in the Donor’s Gallery. She receives continued inspiration from all the plant and animal species found in the coastal environments of West Marin.
1337 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901