Photos taken during his mural production for his solo show at Station 16 Gallery. Summer 2017
Working initially with printmaking then moving into painting and, in recent years, sculpture, Jaime Molina tells tales of characters that, to varying degrees, represent his family and friends. They also portray people and their habits in general – a loose play on our own existence. His work has a fascinating narrative to it. This world he has created continues to become larger, and with his more recent sculptural works, the characters he’s created are moving into the dimensional realm. Built out of anything and everything at hand, they echo traditional folk techniques and ideas, with a modern twist.