Artist Darcy Scanlon Moulton

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My current work explores the complex, codependent, and often abusive, relationship between humanity and the rest of the natural world.
I hope to reveal the subtle magic and tragedy of coexistence by focusing on moody minimalist forms in flora and fauna drawing on their innate ghostliness with monochromatic and limited pallets. 


Darcy Scanlon Moulton is an artist living and working in Ipswich, Massachusetts. She was educated at Randolph-Macon Women’s College, Montserrat College of Art, and the Harvard Extension School. Her work is in a broad range of mediums including charcoal, collage, graphite, ink, acrylics, pastels, and watercolors. She considers herself an environmental artist with a dark edge. Inspired by humanity’s codependent and often abusive relationship with nature, she uses single subject realism and expressionistic landscapes in limited palettes to draw on both the magic and tragedy of nature. She is a member of the Boston Hear Me Roar Women's Art & Business Collective and the Saltbox Gallery Artist Collective. Her work is held in private and public collections throughout the United States, and is currently on view at the Naimo Gallery in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

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