b. 1987, Durham NC
Molly Rose Freeman is an Atlanta-based multi-media artist best known for her large-scale murals and installations that feature organic patterns, gestural geometry, and vibrant colors. Her exploration of pattern as a universal and unifying visual language has led her to create site-responsive public works around the world. Her primary media are murals, installation, painting, drawing, and digital design for 3D fabrication.
Since 2010, Freeman has been partnering with governments, organizations, and corporations to create what she calls “love songs to each place, grounded in the intimacy of specificity.” Her work with Atlanta-based public art project Living Walls was featured in the New York Times and Creative Loafing, and in 2015 she was named one of Atlanta's “30 Under 30” by ArtsATL. One of her best known pieces is a 130-foot-long mural at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport titled “Salvation in the Land of Flowers and Honey,” which serves as a joyful respite for weary travelers. Her clients including Microsoft, NCR, World of Coke, W Hotels, Mailchimp, the Atlanta Hawks, and the City of Charleston. She was a resident with the Creatives Project from 2013-2015, and in 2016, she was awarded a Distinguished Fellow Grant for the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences.