Molly Stratton is an artist and designer from Bozeman, Montana. She is inspired by the patterns and colors of nature, and the tension between organization and chaos. Through meditative repetition in the process, she tests the limits of technique and material to create natural disorder in beautiful ways.
Molly spent five months in Kenya studying art while earning her degree in printmaking from Colby College. After graduating, she returned to Montana to serve as Executive Director of the Danforth Gallery in Livingston. Molly studied furniture design and construction at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, and created a line of handcrafted bags called “Poppy” before reconnecting with her fine art roots. Now, from her sunny studio in the Emerson, Molly focuses full-time on her artwork and graphic design business.
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