Molly Aubry



BIOGRAPHY
Molly Aubry, born in Denver, Colorado, lives and works in South Florida. She received her BFA from the University of Florida and her MFA from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work explores entangled perceptual worlds through the matrix of print media. Mining the tension between organic materials and digital processes, the work imagines artifacts from a world in which the natural and artificial are inextricably linked. Aubry's recent exhibitions include Strange Paradise: A Window into Surrealism at the Annmarie Sculpture Gardens and Art Center in Solomons, MD, Night Visions at the Coconino Center for the Arts in Tuscon, AZ, Animals at Site:Brooklyn Gallery in New York, and Intimacy at Science Gallery of Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. Her public art commissions include Art in Public Places for Palm Beach County and Art in Public Places for Miami-Dade County. In 2020, Aubry's work was featured in New Eyes, The Mid America Print Council Journal’s issue on contemporary printmaking. She has been awarded full fellowships for residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, Ragdale Foundation, Shoals Marine Laboratory, and Playa, and a Visiting Artist Grant in Moldova from the U.S. Department of State. Aubry currently teaches as an Adjunct Professor at the New World School of the Arts in Miami.


Curriculum Vitae
 
E D U C A T I O N
Master of Fine Arts in Print Media, Cranbrook Academy of Art · Bloomfield Hills, MI 
Bachelor of Fine Arts cum laude in Graphic Design, University of Florida · Gainesville, FL

S E L E C T E D  E X H I B I T I O N S
2023 | Solo Exhibition: Cultural Council of Palm Beach · Lake Worth, FL (upcoming)
2022 | Strange Paradise: A Window into Surrealism, Annmaire Sculpture Garden & Arts Center · Solomons, MD 
(Juror: Anne Hyland, Curatorial Coordinator at the Smithsonian American Art Museum)
2022 | Night Visions, Coconino Center for the Arts · Flagstaff, AZ
2022 | Winter Magic, Cultural Center of Cape Cod · Yarmouth, MA
2021 | Outside the Box, Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center · Belle Glade, FL 
2019 | Animals, Site:Brooklyn Gallery · Brooklyn, NY 
2019 | In Flux, M Contemporary · Ferndale, MI
2019 | Club Exile, Mana Contemporary · Miami, FL
2019 | 2019 Biennial, Cultural Council of Palm Beach · Lake Worth, FL
(Juror: Melanie Johanson, Contemporary Curator at the Cornell Art Museum) 
2019 | Dream Again, Plaxall Gallery (with the Secret Theater's production of The Tempest) · Long Island City, NY
2018-2019 | Intimacy, Science Gallery, Trinity College · Dublin, Ireland
2018 | Graduate Degree Exhibition, Cranbrook Art Museum · Bloomfield Hills, MI
2018 | Two-Person Exhibition: Två, Galleri 2987 · Detroit, MI
2018 | Ice Palace, Tessellate Gallery · Pontiac, MI
2017 | 13th Annual Small Works Show, 440 Gallery · Brooklyn, NY
2017 | Remedies, Forum Gallery, Cranbrook Academy of Art, curated by Kristi McGuire · Bloomfield Hills, MI 
2017 | Experiencing Perspectives, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services · Farmington Hills, MI (catalog)
2017 | Pain, Hoyt Gallery, University of Southern California · Los Angeles, CA
2016 | þíða [Thaw], with Antigoni Papatoni & Ron Buffington, Fjúk Arts Centre · Húsavík, Iceland 
2016 | Natural Wonder III (invitational), Clemson City Hall · Clemson, SC
2015 | Armory Art Center Faculty Exhibition · Benzaiten Center for the Arts · Lake Worth, FL
(Juror: Marisa Pascucci, Curator of American Art, Norton Museum of Art)
2015 | Summer Heat VI · Rossetti Fine Arts · Wilton Manors, FL
2015 | All That Glows Sees, Institut fur Alles Mögliche · Berlin, Germany
2015 | Poetry Scores Hawaii - Look Like What it Means, University of Hawai'i at Hilo · Hilo, HI
(Juror: Phil Sanders, Director of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, NY)
2014 | Southern Exposure: New Work Now (invitational), Cultural Council of Palm Beach · Lake Worth, FL
2014 | Natural Wonder: Artists of the Rensing Center (invitational), Liscomb Gallery, The Governor's School · Greenville, SC
2014 | 24th Annual All-Florida Juried Show, Court House Cultural Center · Stuart, FL 
2014 | Float, The Burren College of Art · Ballyvaughan, Ireland
2013 | Printocracy, Asheville Book Works · Asheville, NC 
2013 | County Contemporary: All Media Juried Show, Cultural Council of Palm Beach · Lake Worth, FL
(Juror: Mark Richard Leach, Executive Director of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, NC)
2012 | Mychophilia, The Rensing Center, Pickens, SC
2012 | Anatomy of Spirit, Studio 1608, West Palm Beach, FL
2011 | Annual Student Show, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL
2007 | Prints + Experimental Drawing, Skopelos Foundation for the Arts · Skopelos, Greece
2007 | Postcards From The Edge, 10th Annual Visual AIDS Benefit Exhibition, James Cohan Gallery · New York, NY

R E S I D E N C I E S
2019  PLAYA · Summer Lake, OR
2018  Shoals Marine Laboratory · Appledore Island, ME 
2017  Ragdale Foundation, full fellowship · Lake Forest, IL 
2017  Cill Rialaig Arts Centre · Ballinskelligs, Co. Kerry, Ireland 
2016  Fjúk Arts Centre · Husavik, Iceland 
2015  Vermont Studio Center, full fellowship · Johnson, VT 
2014  Burren College of Art · Ballyvaughan, Ireland 
2012  The Rensing Center · Pickens, SC 

T E A C H I N G  &  R E L A T E D  E X P E R I E N C E 
2021-Present  Adjunct Professor, New World School of the Arts · Miami, FL
2018-2020  Assistant Director, Gallery Biba · Palm Beach, FL
2019  Adjunct Professor, Florida Atlantic University · Boca Raton, FL
2018  Workshop Instructor, Artist Immersion Program · Montespertoli, Italy
2016-17  Artist-in-Residence, Brookside School · Bloomfield Hills, MI 
2013-14  Instructor, Armory Art Center · West Palm Beach, FL  

B I B L I O G R A P H Y  &  P U B L I C A T I O N S 
Shelley Thorstensen, "New Eyes," The Mid America Print Council Journal, Issue 30/31, 2020 
https://midamericaprintcouncil.org/journals/MAPCJournal2020.pdf
Experiencing Perspectives Exhibition Catalog, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services, Farmington Hills, MI, 2017
Brittany Ackerman, "10 Best Artists in Palm Beach County," Broward New Times, 2016
https://www.browardpalmbeach.com/arts/ten-best-visual-artists-in-palm-beach-county-7691099
Estrada, Sheryl. “17 Artists Earn Southern Exposure.” Huffington Post, 2014
Cover Art, Crescendo City, Harlem Writers' Circle, New York, NY, 2011

L E C T U R E S  &  W O R K S H O P S
2019  Science Gallery, Trinity College · Dublin, Ireland
2018  Shoals Marine Laboratory, University of New Hampshire & Cornell University · Appledore Island, ME 
2018  Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit · Detroit, MI
2015  Academy of Arts · Chișinău, Moldova
2014  Rio Mesa Center, University of Utah · Moab, UT 

A W A R D S  &  G R A N T S
2021  SCI Artist Innovator Grant · Craig Neilson Foundation, Center for Cultural Innovation
2020  CARES Grant · Palm Beach County, FL
2020  Artist Grant, Cultural Council of Palm Beach, Lake Worth, FL
2018  Publication Fellowship, Peripheral Vision Press 
(Curated by Lisa Volpe, Associate Curator of Photography, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston)
2016  Merit Scholarship, Cranbrook Academy of Art · Bloomfield Hills, MI 
2015  Visiting Artist Grant, U.S. Department of State · Moldova 
2014  Honorable Mention: "Shillelagh" · 24th Annual All-Florida Juried Show, Court House Cultural Center · Stuart, FL 
2013 First Place: "Eupnea" · Annual Student Show, Armory Art Center · West Palm Beach, FL 
2010  Merit Scholarship, Penland School of Crafts: Spring Concentration in Printmaking · Bakersville, NC 
2004-08  Bright Futures Full Academic Scholarship · University of Florida · Gainesville, FL