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 Sculptures by Molly Brown on display at Little Relics Boutique & Galleria
Art Reception Thursday April 11th 6-9 pm and Saturday April 13th 6-9pm
908 21st Street, Sacramento, California 95811
This is a limited edition series of 15 with only 10 remaining. The sculptures will be on display
throughout the month of April. Thanks and see you soon!

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Please drop off at the TEMP gallery 1616 del paso blvd. ~ sacramento design district

7′ dress made out of silverware by Molly Brown

Please meet amazing sculptural artist, Molly Brown. Her vision of creating a 7 foot free standing dress comprised of dinnerware.

We call all supporters of the art community to drop off forks, spoons, knives and various utensils of the stainless steel variety to help Molly complete her vision.

Please deliver or mail utensils to the Sacramento Metal Arts Guild 2556 Albatross Way, Suite E, Sacramento, CA 95815. Thanks for your Support!!

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Metal Art by Molly Brown, Sacramento CA


Molly Brown
“Mixed Messages”
I am a modern contemporary artist with many new creative and innovative ideas. I have always been drawn to the creation of art and began designing at a young age. Throughout college, I started out as an apprentice to an interior designer. Paint chips and fabrics were my world. Midway through school I was drawn to graphic design. I received a degree in Graphic Design and went on to start my own business ( creating business identity systems. My true passion in life is creating art and I continue to take classes to enhance my skills. As a painter, I really enjoy bold colors with abstract/geometric shapes. Some of these paintings are non-objective and come alive with color and shape.
By experimenting with new mediums, my artwork has evolved to include: clay, photography, digital art, and metal sculptures. Now I find that mixing mediums (collaging) is irresistible. Mixing steel, with stainless steel, and copper, or digital art with paintings and photography creates opportunities for endless design possibilities.
My clay and metal sculptures are usually abstract with a whimsical twist. I especially love arts that require my hands getting dirty because I enjoy bonding with the materials, and want that joy to pass through the artwork to my viewers.
Art creates a healthy atmosphere in my life and balances the hectic emotions of every day living.
Co-founder of the Sacramento Metal Arts Guild

Molly Brown’s work can be found at the Sacramento Temporary Contemporary Gallery and the J27 Gallery, 2728 J st.  Art receptions every 2nd Thursday and Second Saturday. You can find more art by Molly Brown at:

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