Molly Rose Freeman is a weaver of joyfulness, creating webs of color and pattern within the spaces where we live, work, and dream. Her work is a celebration of the invisible strands that connect us to each other and the living world. In this spirit, she creates vibrant visual environments that invite exploration and inspire wonder.
Her work is rooted in collaboration. Whether creating for hotels or airports, private museums or public spaces, Freeman is devoted to serving the holistic vision of every project. She works with designers, architects, developers, consultants, community members, and marketing teams to create visuals that support the unique purpose, history, and character of each space.
Freeman began her journey in drawing, painting, and design at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts before taking up large-scale art in 2010. She got her start in Miami's Wynwood Arts District, painting alongside and collaborating with artists from around the globe. Since then, she has painted over fifty murals and installed original works of art throughout the world, partnering with international corporations, boutique businesses, city governments, and non-profit organizations to help bring her visions to life.
Her clients include Microsoft, World of Coke, W Hotels, NCR, Mailchimp, Boston Consulting Group, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and the City of Charleston. Her work with Atlanta-based public art project Living Walls was featured in the New York Times, and she recently spent three months as an artist-in-residence at the botanical gardens in Marnay-sur-Seine, France.
She currently shares her time between Atlanta, GA and the small mountain town of Marshall, NC where she is developing new work from her studio on the French Broad River.