Molly is an artist, potter, & designer living and working in Denver, Colorado. She received her B.A. in Integrative Arts from Penn State University in 2011, with a concentration in psychology.  After getting her hands in clay, she quickly fell in love and began pursuing a career as an artist full time.  In 2012 Berger moved to Boulder, CO where she studied as a post-bacc student for two years at the University of Colorado.  Since, she has been an Artist-in-Residence at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Carbondale Clay Center, coordinator for the Artstream Nomadic Gallery, and was a 2016 Black Cube Artist Fellow.  She persued an MFA in ceramics at Cranbrook Academy of Art from 2016-2017.  She has shown both her functional and sculptural work nationally and is rigorously committed to both of these aspects of her studio practice.  Her work aims to embrace the confluence of art, craft, and design. 

 

 

“For our house is our corner of the world. As has often been said, it is our first universe . . .”  – Gaston Bachelard, The Poetics of Space