Bachelor of Fine Arts MassArt; Boston, MA; USA 1999. Illustration Major.
"Mass. College of Art and Design is one of the top colleges of its kind in the United States. Founded in 1873, MassArt has a legacy of leadership as the only independent public college of art and design in the country and the nation’s first art school to grant a degree. The college offers a comprehensive range of baccalaureate and graduate degrees in art and design, all taught by world-class faculty, along with continuing education and youth programs designed to encourage individual creativity. Whether at home in Boston or on the other side of the globe, the artists and designers of MassArt are dedicated to making a difference in their communities and around the world."
"At MassArt, on the advice of Professor Ron Hayes (co-developer of Windsor & Newton's Acrylic formula), Bryan learned, for the owners and collectors of his work, to produce legacy quality investment art of paramount calibre. Molloy Studios uses the highest quality Windsor & Newton paints, Rembrandt paints, and heavy-duty, wagon-grade canvas, this ensures that a work by Bryan Thomas Molloy will last a minimum of 400 years, as an heirloom to many.
Currently, Molloy is working in an impressionist- realism style, painting everything from landscapes, portraits, and private commissions. Bryan donates his work and his time regularly to charities such as Habitat for Humanity, Aids Community Alliance, United CerebralPalsy, Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, Keystone Human Services, Art Association of Harrisburg.
Bryan co-created the popular ONSE series of one-night exhibits in local (Harrisburg, PA, U.S.A) restaurants and other night spots. He volunteered as Event Coordinator for a year.
Bryan is working in Harrisburg part-time as a Gallery Assistant at the Art Association of Harrisburg. He also takes on private commissions, portraits, and is painting several personal series, including a series of views from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, a Steelton Steel Mill Series, views of the Susquehanna River, and a Rugby series."