Thursday, December 20, 2007
When I went to Anthropologie in Rockefeller Center, I noticed they had an exhibit of a young photographer inside the store. I found the concept of Anthropologie promoting young artists very interesting. I'm not sure how they go about deciding on whose work to exhibit, but I think they should catch on to Molly Holland's photography. In my humble opinion her photographic style would fit into the image of Anthropologie perfectly.
I first met Molly when I was a student at FIT. She seemed like someone from another era. Molly possessed a unique ability to see beauty in everyday objects and people and to transform the mundane into ethereal images.
As you can see, Molly's photography is very poetic and feminine . In the past year she was invited to exhibit her photography at the home of Juliet Margaret Cameron, among other places.
So Anthropologie, I hope to see Molly's photography in your midst soon, and if Molly should find exhibiting in a chain store beneath her, I'm always available :-).
This photo I took of Molly was one of my early attempts at photography.