Thank you all for your patience whilst I move away from WordPress and to a more personalised website that I have designed myself. For now, you can purchase tickets and prints on this wordpress site: If you would like to be on my new mailing list, please send me an email at email@example.com to consent […]Read more "website move"
at the moment, I have a few ongoing projects; an installation using glass, paper, collage and mixed media; a series of digital work (based on originals) and a series of large semi-realistic botanical studies for my latest series entitled macro micros installation progress below is the first stage of my progress towards completing my first […]Read more "projects in progress"
following my previous series, these works on canvas were a way for me to explore the atmosphere of the intense summer months in cambridge after moving home from the welsh coast.Read more "colour and distance in new landscapes"
sold out about You are welcome to bring your own supplies and easel as well if you prefer. You must bring a reference photo or sketch of your favourite subject in nature that you wish to draw at the workshop. i.e., a tree, plant or other botanical character. This December I am hosting a series […]Read more "Drawing Workshop @ Gallerie V"
ENVIRONMENT AND ATMOSPHERE This series of large atmospheric work by Molly Cawthorn was created during the end of lockdown, at the climax of her MA in Fine Art studying remotely at Aberystwyth School of Art in 2020, and throughout winter in early 2021, as a new resident of Cambridge. Having moved to Cambridge during the […]Read more "exhibition at thrive, plant-based cafe"
Introduction local terrain “Working on an MA through these unusual times has been a difficult but unique experience and I’m thankful that I had a creative outlet to express my feelings and occupy my time. I think everyone is now a little bit more appreciative of creative careers and recognise just how vital the arts […]Read more "Mastering Art during a Pandemic"
the lazy susans x the flower project Over lockdown, 3 entrepreneurial MA students founded The Lazy Susans – a curatorial collective Our Dahlia Allowance, showing the work of two artists, painter Enya Lachman-Curl and local sculptor Ramona Zoladek, who will be responding to themes of temporality and re-connection with the natural world. ROMANA ZOLADEK Untitled I, Untitled […]Read more "Our Dahlia Allowance"
Introduction “better late than never” After the Cambridge School of Art Exhibitions were scrapped last year due to Covid-19, the BA class of 2020 at Anglia Ruskin university contacted Gallerie V in the hope that they could rig their cancelled show in the not-for-profit gallery space. ” I feel so grateful to be given the […]Read more "“Better Late Than Never” Cambridge School of Art + Local Artists Exhibition Article"
Introduction “try to get your foot in the door” During my undergraduate degree at university I was lucky enough to exhibit my work as a part of my final year assessment. This exhibition was the first exhibition I had ever had as artist: I made business cards, captions it was somewhat surreal for my 21 […]Read more "Exhibiting as a Young Artist – A Conversation"