Introducing: Molly Martin

Molly Martin in her studio, London

Introducing: Molly Martin

Artist in Residence and Feature Artist with Rabley Gallery 2024

We are delighted to announce Molly Martin will be joining our roll call of talented artists at Rabley Gallery. Her first exhibition with the gallery will be as a feature artist at the London Art Fair in January 2024.

This week we welcome her as our Artist in Residence 2023. Molly will be visiting the Rabley studios regularly throughout the year working on new print editions and monotypes.

If you would like to be the first to receive updates on Molly Martin’s new works, exhibitions and events please register your interest here:

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Molly Martin – Red Bed. 2023, 30 x 60 cm, Oil on board, Unique.

Molly Martin – The Unbearable Likeness of Being. 2023, 23 x 30 cm, Oil on board, Unique.


Molly Martin trained at Falmouth, and is currently studying for an MA in Fine Art at City and Guilds in London.

Through drawing, printmaking and painting, Molly endeavours to better process complicated human relationships and interactions, and observe them through a wider lens of humour and playfulness. Her work is figurative, and often plays with narratives that speak of overall themes rather than a specific story. 

Here, semi-swaddled, squashed figures encounter strange and symbolic surroundings in chaotic and ambiguous landscapes.

Molly Martin in the Rabley Drawing Centre print rooms. 

View Works in Rabley Gallery’s Online Shop:


Medium: Japanese Woodcut

Size: 34.00 x 34.00 cm

Edition of 10

Published 2001


2023 Multi-block reduction engraving and woodcut 12 x 19 cm Paper size  26.5(h) x 36.5(w) cm Zerkall 150 gsm Edition 30


Medium: Collagraph and block-print

Size: paper 72 x 74cm, block 61 x 63cm

Edition of 25

Published 2020


Medium: Intaglio

Size: 48 x 52.5cm

Edition of 40

Published 2013


Medium: Japanese Woodcut 

Size: Paper and block size 43 x 55 cm

Edition of 25

Published 2018

Beckoning Line Series.


Medium: Japanese woodcut in the Ukiyo_e tradition

Size: Paper and block size 26.5 x 20cm

Edition of 30

Published 2020

Out of stock

Medium: Lithograph and Hand Colouring

Size: 27.00 x 35.00 cms

Edition: 5

Published: 2021


Out of stock

Medium: Japanese Woodcut

Size: 46.00 x 46.00 cm

Edition of 10

Published 2004


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London Original Print Fair 2024

Featuring Amy Jane Blackhall, Ian Chamberlain RWA, Eileen Cooper RA, Paul Furneaux RSA, Sarah Gillespie RWA, Katherine Jones RA, Sara Lee, Molly Martin, Nana Shiomi & Emma Stibbon RA

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