Daniels Art Gallery at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, Boston
Molly Blumberg is an artist and workin in Somerville, MA. She was born in Lexington, MA. She recieved her BFA in sculpture from Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis in the spring of 2012. During her studies, she spent a semester in Florence, Italy, where she discovered a love for long meandering walks and nuances of hand gestures.
Molly has been creating art since she was a toddler, when she mastered the skills of two handed painting and making a mess. While her techniques have progressed, she remains true to the idea of process based exploration and creation. She is interested in exploring the ways in which matter continuously changes and solidifies over time. Her work explores the relationships between chaos and containment, growth and decay, expansion and contraction, and other dichotomies which express our ever-changing personal experiences with time, memory, and matter. She works with the ideas of effort and sacrifice in hope of regeneration and growth.
She finds inspiration in wide variety of places including the writing of Virginia Woolf, Hanging bulbs of garlic, and her long, red, curly hair. And she still enjoys making a mess.
To see her work and learn more visit the Daniels Art Gallery from October 27, 2017- December 1, 2017
Monday-Friday 7:00am- 8:00pm
Saturday & Sunday- 10:00am-8:00pm
For more information or to be added to our event mailing list, please contact Jill Perkins at 617-971-5786 or JillPerkins@hsl.harvard.edu