Molly Bythell at DKP Gallery for h.Art Week
Introducing Molly Bythell, a young and exciting new artist, at DKP Gallery. Her collection of joyous paintings explore women today, allowing viewers to experience female paintings from a female perspective. A woman without limits; manipulating the figure to allow it freedom and pleasure, rather than being subject to the male gaze.
In a less metropolitan area of Britain, Molly questions the patriarchy: Woman as object becomes Woman as subject.
Herefordshire Art Week is a trail lasting nine days, for artists, craft-makers and creative businesses to raise profile and artwork sales. They will be opening their studios, galleries and group exhibitions to the public. H.Art showcases the wealth of creative talent in Herefordshire. With over 100 venues participating across the county, enjoy meeting a myriad of artists, chat and view their work.
Come to the Left Bank Village, a much-loved venue in Herefordshire that overlooks the glorious River Wye. A place of culture, that enjoys a reputation for bucking with convention.
Molly recently hosted Available, a solo exhibition at The Craft Gallery Hereford, and exhibited in ‘FBA Futures’ at the Mall Galleries London, opposite Buckingham Palace. In July, she took part in PoARTry, a collaboration of art and poetry in Ledbury.
Molly’s unsuspecting subjects pull the rug from under usual stereotypes. She’s not your typical, run of the mill artist and you don’t want to miss her at DKP Gallery, The Left Bank Village.
Exhibition runs from Saturday 8th to Sunday 16th September.
With a special PREVIEW from 6 – 9pm on FRIDAY 7th September.
OPEN 9am – late everyday.