Meet Molly Hatch, a ceramicist from Massachusetts who uses hand-painted plates as a vehicle for awe-inspiring installations. Each beautiful plate is a work of art in itself that ends up forming part of a larger masterpiece.
Hatch draws inspiration for her work from 18th century floral textiles, historic gardens dating back to the 1600s, Colonial patters and modern eclectic designs. Her installations have been exhibited at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Art Miami with Todd Merrill Studio and King'sRoad Anthropologie Gallery in London, among others.
Below you'll catch a glimpse of her creativity but swing by her website to see more of her whimsical plate installations.
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