Francesca Mollett

Francesca Mollett’s paintings explore intimate exchanges between human presences and other bodies found in nature such as water, stones, plants and the weather. The artist uses abstraction as a method for interpreting surfaces—employing acrylic and oil on calico to reinvent the inside of a sacred well, for example. Mollett’s paintings dissolve bodies and liquefy structures to simultaneously deconstruct and expand the viewer’s knowledge of their surroundings.