INTERVIEW: Molly Hatch on Jealous Curator Podcast
Jun 13, 2017
Danielle and I talk all about my life from my childhood on a dairy farm, to art school, to working in flooded basements to selling huge installations in New York. We discuss my multi-faceted career from designing ceramics for companies like Anthropologie, The Land of Nod, Target … to my career as a fine artist creating huge, detailed, installation work … and finally my life as a mother to a sweet seven year old girl. You can listen over on http://www.thejealouscurator.com/blog/2017/03/31/an-opportunistic-optimist/, or you can subscribe on iTunes.
A few of my designed products which you can purchase in my shop:
A few of the pieces from my show at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia in 2010:
I have been working with Anthropologie since 2010 and have collaborated on over 400 products for Anthropologie under the molly hatch brand.
Here are a few of my recent faves:
If you happen to be in New York you could pop by Todd Merrill Studio, the gallery I have been working with for the last few years. Here are just some of my fine art pieces that the gallery shows in Tribeca:
I am no longer working in a flooded apartment basement, now I make work in an old toothbrush factory:
Thank you so much to Danielle for helping me share my story.
- Molly Hatch Instagram / Molly Hatch Studio Instagram
- Museum School, Boston
- Kathy King, Ceramics
- Miranda Thomas, Pottery
- Michael Cardew / Ara Cardu
- Rebecca Louise Law episode
- University of Colorado
- Betty Woodman
- Beth Lipman
- Bennington Art Museum
- Land of Nod, Molly’s collection
- Studio images via Molly’s home tour on Apartment Therapy