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"Suspended In Time" - Fitzrovia Gallery, London

Private view 3rd April, 6 – 9pm 2023


Caitlin Flood-Molyneux’s artwork offers a powerful reflection on the way we relate to our memories, particularly those shaped by trauma, loss, and love. Flood-Molyneux’s unique artistic practice combines found imagery with abstract painterly forms, resulting in a visual language that reflects the way we connect with our past experiences..


At the heart of Flood-Molyneux’s work is a sense of hope, even in the midst of pain and loss. By giving shape and form to her experiences, she finds a way to make sense of them, offering a path forward for herself and her viewers. Through her art, she reminds us that we can find strength and hope in the face of adversity.


Flood-Molyneux’s work is highly personal and universal at once; accessible to many through its use of iconic imagery and playfulness. It charts key moments in the artist’s life; a private and enigmatic story visualised in works on paper, collages, and paintings.


Private View 3/4/23 by Brynley Odu Davies.

Install Shots

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