Flor Molina

San Nicolás, Guerrero

I am inspired by my childhood.  In my home there was a coconut farm, a river, bulls, goats, and chickens… I didn’t have dolls to play with, but, instead, I was lucky to have all those beautiful things. We didn’t have electricity; I played under the light of the moon. There are children that never look up.  I had the sun, the moon, the stars, and, when I looked down, I had the ocean.

Strong personality, sweetness, and joy are reflected in my sculptures.

Welcome to my home and to my art studio where I create my high temperature sculpture! My art sculptures depict the female physical, anatomical, form. This talk was in collaboration with McIntosh Memorial Library and Consulado de Mexico en Milwaukee. Photo from the cover in video: Jorge Cárdenas. Camera: Bárbara Heredia. 

“The cosmo vision of Flor Molina is reflected in her sculptures made of an special pottery that she prepares called “sweet dreams paste.”  This pottery was originally created by her teacher, Víctor Hugo Núñez, who rescued the technique from the Michoacán indigenous artists.” – Gabriela Dumay

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