Karine Molloy was born in 1983 in New Carlisle, Gaspésie (Quebec, Canada). Her interest in the arts emerged at the age of 5 when she practiced classical ballet until she was 11 years old. Subsequently, she discoverd Van Gogh at the local library, it was love at first sight. A first painting class introduced her to the pleasure of colors and the freedom of creation. Dramatic art and theater are linked together with her figurative painting. Her passion for nature lead her first to studies in forestry. At the end of this program, she started studying visual arts (2004) at the University of Sherbrooke. She delved deeper into Riopelle, Miro and Matisse then discoverd Frida Kahlo. As many artists who make their work vibrate through their gestures, their intensity, their colors, their freedom.
In 2010 she unveiled her first solo exhibition in the style of abstraction. Many individual exhibitions followed, all of which were presented at recognized dissemination centers in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015. Winner of several awards from emerging artists, the artist continues her career as a professional artist on the south shore of Montreal.
If we compare her beginnings in abstraction (2009) and the current period we can affirm that the essence of the artist has been preserved: color and intensity. The movement has evolved into a more assertive form.