Molly Hulett is from Suwannee Georgia. Georgia College has helped her find her main passion in graphic design specifically branding. Throughout her college career she also took many studio classes that helped her develop skills and love for painting and drawing. Molly did an internship her senior year that focused on social media management and design, that made her realize her talent in marketing as well. After graduation she plans on working in the graphic design/marketing field and doing art on the side.
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"Bright Humans” illustrates women’s bodies with the intention of looking deeper. I instructed the models to pose however they wanted to present themselves. I painted the women with a main focus color and was given detail by thick strokes from one paint brush to give similarity to all the pieces. I added a large amount of paint to each stroke to give texture as the paint would drip down and layer on top. I chose the background color and design to give a contrasting effect to enhance the figures color and give the viewer more personal depth. To keep these pieces fun and entertaining, I painted these with a free-flowing hand to give the viewer a chance to find something new every time they look at it.
"Bright Humans" is a collection of figure study acrylic paintings. I created abstract large-scale paintings of life size bodies to give the viewer a sense of a whimsical reality. I painted each piece to symbolize how we are all a part of humankind by using the same technique for all the paintings, but it also highlights the beauty of being unique in how I used different colors for each model. Different shades and tones of that color are to give contrast and dimension to the body. The series' main focus is to show the women's body in a playful yet deeper way with color, lines, and texture. The way in which I painted these gives the viewer a chance to find something new every time you look at it. Relating to life, when you are getting to know someone, you find out different sides to that person. Each piece has contrasting background color to play on the idea that each person has two sides to them.