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5305 Bolm Rd

Molly Knobloch, Contracommon x BOLM

Painting
The extraordinary machine runoff
The extraordinary machine runoff

2021, Acrylic paint, spray paint, oil pastel, and pencil on canvas, 40 x 60 in.

$1,800

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2021, Acrylic paint, spray paint, oil pastel, and pencil on canvas, 40 x 60 in.
The extraordinary machine runoff

2021, Acrylic paint, spray paint, oil pastel, and pencil on canvas, 40 x 60 in.

$ 1,800.00 USD

NFS

Rooting
Rooting

2021, Acrylic paint, spray paint, oil pastel, and pencil on canvas, 36 x 36 in.

$1,000

Available in-studio and in online shop

I can't see it, I'm still in it
I can't see it, I'm still in it

2021, Acrylic paint, spray paint, oil pastel, and pencil on canvas, 48 x 108 in.

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And after all that, I still have no answers
And after all that, I still have no answers

2021, Acrylic, spray paint, oil pastel, and pencil on canvas, 48 x 72 in.

$2,600

Available in-studio and in online shop

Ce jeu
Ce jeu

2021, Acrylic paint, spray paint, oil pastel, and pencil on canvas, 36 x 36 in.

$1,000

Available in-studio and in online shop

Under here are all my fears (2)
Under here are all my fears (2)

2021, Acrylic paint, spray paint, oil pastel, and pencil on canvas, 36 x 36 in.

$1,000

Available in-studio and in online shop

The extraordinary machine runoff
The extraordinary machine runoff

2021, Acrylic paint, spray paint, oil pastel, and pencil on canvas, 40 x 60 in.

$1,800

Available in-studio and in online shop

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Molly Knobloch, Contracommon x BOLM

About the Artist

Molly Knobloch is a painter based in Austin, TX. She grew up in Boston, MA, surrounded by the arts in various forms and somehow still entered college thinking she was a business major. Then she took her first painting class. She’s been painting ever since, and has taken her practice from New Orleans to France and finally to sunny Austin. Now she lives in South Austin and makes art in her studio at ContraCommon in Bee Cave, TX. She’s also a lover of long walks with her dog Zuko, nomming on vegan nachos (ask her where the best in town are), visiting local galleries, watching boatloads of reality tv, and hitting local watering holes whenever possible.

Artist Statement

My studio practice is about honesty. I enter into a painting without a plan, preparation, or expectation, and I allow the ideas to flow. It’s a process of intuitive action and reaction to color, stroke, and composition. I come back to a similar process most studio sessions: a watery underpainting, an oscillation between paint, oil pastel, and pencil, a feverish pace that always seems to help and hurt in equal measure. But the actions and choices that come from that process can’t be anticipated. Every piece is the product of each minute spent on it and all of the emotions, whims, and experiments I indulge in during that time. It’s both a snapshot of a moment in time and a story of my thoughts during that moment. It has a beginning, middle, and end that unfold the longer you look on. It can’t be anything that it isn’t, it exposes every part of me, and often it’s more than I ever intended. There is no illusion here, no pretension, no studied map, just mark after exploring mark until the undefinable finish.

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