Molly Williams MSDC

Stitched & Constructed Textiles

About Molly
Molly is a textile artist whose creativity is inspired by her Shropshire home and the movement and emotive posture of the human form. Her sculptures reflect her thoughts and feelings as individual personality and form materialise from physical and mental effort. Naturally dyes, found wood, metal objects, and ceramic are sometimes included in both her 2D and 3D work. Molly's surface pattern designs are informed by the textiles of Asia and she has worked on commissions for interior textiles. Molly is a studio based artists working in Shropshire.
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Molly is a professional textile artist and designer craftsman specialising in figurative felt sculpture and mixed media textile art and design.

Molly was fortunate to spend her childhood in Africa and Turkey when her passion for Turkish and Ottoman design began. Her pattern design work is largely informed by Turkish textiles and ceramics, that echo their culture and environment; patterns full of memory and metaphor that link us to a mutual past. Her designs are digitally printed on fabric to create Ottoman style kaftans, jackets and decorative wall hangings and surface pattern design.

Figures sculpture, informed by the movement and emotion of Contemporary and Modern dance, have been a feature of her work for several years.

Molly runs her business from a garden studio at her home in Shropshire.

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Ba(Hons) Embroidered Textiles Middlesex 2008

QTS Design and Technology (Textiles) 2009

Exhibitions and memberships

Society of Designer Craftsmen MSDC

- Mall Galleries 2009 -2013

Prism Textile Art

- Mall Galleries, London 2008 – 2014

- Hiscox Centre, London 2016

- Hoxton Arches Gallery, London 2015 – 2019

Galleries and Commisions

  • Private commissions - figurative felt sculpture, pattern design for interiors and fashion.
  • T Wells Gallery, Tonbridge Wells, Kent
  • Pure Arts 2013


  • In studio workshops
  • Online workshops - Contemporary dancer and Contemplative Figures
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