Liberté, Egalité, Molly Gray - A Self Portrait. 16 x 20", acrylic on canvas.


Molly Gray is a multi-media artist and paint instructor.

Themes in her work vary between mediums.  Her acrylic paintings explore questions of modern instant media culture, often juxtaposing classic known works with the stark interruptions of technology.  These satirical pieces playfully challenge the viewer to question how our culture's values have shifted over time.  In contrast, her watercolour works concentrate on the simplicity and beauty found in nature.  Gray captures still life with series that focus on animals, plant life and fruit, often finding inspiration in her outdoor surroundings or the simple beauty of the everyday.  The evolution of her work is influenced by her curiosity of the world around her, which is currently a wide-open space in Fort Langley, BC.  

Molly also creates hand printed wearable/usable art as Goat and Pebble Co. 

Gray recently completed her first solo exhibit this July at the Mission Arts Council  titled "Medium Impact" where she explored Art and Craft, and whether or not there is a true distinction between the two.