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Biography

 

Caitlin stumbled upon her creative mind in her adolescence, exploring with a sense of curiosity. Her practice deeply reflects the intimacy entangled in a life filled with moments of deep ​desolation and utter euphoria. Lacing together brushstrokes to translate her innermost dialogue. This ever-growing body of work is a true reflective biography. Through the years of melancholia, these isolated feelings were the relentless strength needed to ground her. Observing moments within, reflecting this through her practice, art became a liberation of self. .

explore her full spectrum of emotion.

Words on the Journey

"experiencing endometriosis is a pretty tough time both physically and emotionally.

For me, its been a real struggle to balance my life in a way that doesn't tip me over the edge. When your physical ability to function on a daily basis is in a state of haywire, existing in the 9-5 world often feels discouraging. Through the exhaustion, deep pain, and confusion feelings of isolation and disappointment would creep in as I  lay there curled up in the all fimaliar sheets.  Meeting this desolation with my creative ability is continually pathing the way in which I'm able to provide for myself and my partner. I wouldn't be able to be the creative I am today without the strength and resilience I have found inside along the way. 

 

For the Upcoming series  
Weaving together these raw untouched moments onto canvas became an ode to the inner calm which I often flee to. I explored this series with a softened gaze, taking to lose brush strokes, and muted tones to bring a sense of serenity into these simplistic moments. These intimate raw depictions of my life now set in time as romanticized tokens. The foundation of our everyday.  

joyous blissfull day 
malenolic moments 

 

Series

name: Soft clarity,  Sunday's silhouette, shall we call it a Sunday, when its Sunday, dear sunday 

Series: 7 piece 

1. Blooms by the bedside 
2. Before we graze 

3. Can we take a seat for a moment
4. You brought me home an acorn 
5. Did you leave the window open? 

6. 
 

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23/07/23

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Shall we call it a Sunday
acrylic, oil pastel on board 12 x 16" 

Orchids in fall
acrylic, oil pastel on cotton canvas 12 x 16"

Napkins, two i=of them
acrylic on cotton canvas 16 x 20"

Soft focus 
acrylic, oil pastel on cotton canvas 17 x 21" 

By the fireplace
acrylic on cotton canvas 23 x 17"

linen
acrylic on cotton canvas 12 x 16"

 coffee
acrylic on board 12 x16"

 shell vase on plinth
acrylic on board 12 x16"

By Caitin Molony-Clark

Weaving together these raw untouched moments onto canvas became an ode to the inner calm which I often flee to. I explored this series with a softened gaze, taking to lose brush strokes, and muted tones to bring a sense of serenity into these simplistic moments. These intimate raw depictions of my life now set in time as romanticized tokens. These small moments became the foundation of my everyday.  

Cait xx

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presents 

 Dear June, 

23/07/23

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27/06/23

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27/06/23

Caitlin is an emerging Hawke's Bay based artist. Working with oil, acrylic, and form. She yields the intimacy of the every day which is deeply reflected in her still life, landscape, and abstract works. In turn, encapsulating the essence of the seasons of her life.

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