Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Two Rivers Gallery from May 7 to July 19, 2015.
ISBN 978-1-927638-10-1 (paperback)

Derek Kilburn, Gabriola’s Jeff Molloy among 52 finalists for inaugural Salt Spring National Art Prize, Gabriola Sounder, Jul 21, 2015

Frank Peebles – Artist Tackles Canadiana in Show – Prince George Citizen – May 2015

Alexis Costello – Portrait of an Artist – Health Action – Fall 2014

Katherine Gordon – JEFF MOLLOY – Boulevard Magazine – Dec 2012

Christine Clark -Beyond the Facade – Jeff Molloy – Focus Magazine – May 2011

Derek Kilburn, Artist Jeff Molloy Wins Prestigious Award, Gabriola Sounder, Aug 9, 2010

Robert Amos, Times Colonist, April 17, 2010

Mia Johnson, Preview Magazine, April – May, 2010

Arts Editor, Check out latest artworks, Campbell River Mirror, Aug 26, 2009

Arts Editor, Two new displays at gallery, Campbell River Courier-Islander, Aug 19, 2009

Elizabeth Withey, Peaceful Images in a Time of Turbulence, Edmonton Journal, May 8, 2009

Patrick Blennerhassett, South Island News, Artists in Contrast at the Mac, Jan 2007

Amanda Farrell, From Venice with Love, Monday Magazine, Jan 2007

Robert Amos, Go Arts, Unusual Technique Yields Charming Vignettes, Time Colonist, Dec, 2006

At Artopolis, Vancouver Georgia Straight News, May 2001

Robert Amos,On Art, At Artropolis, Victoria Times Colonist, May 2001.

Robert Amos, On Art, To Remain at a Distance, Victoria Times Colonist, April 19, 2001.

David Leach,In Profile, Artist in Profile Monday Magazine, Jan 2000.

Robert Amos, On Art, What’s This Guy Thinking, Victoria Times Colonist, Jan 9,2000.

Anne Moon, On Art, Hair Today Art Tomorrow, Victoria Times Colonist, July 25,1999.

Selected Comments

Jeff Molloy’s work has been capturing the spirit of Canada long before the rest of the world caught on during the Olympics. He is one of this country’s leading editorial artists. Jeff Molloy is one of the most original artists at work in Canada today”.

Shelagh Rogers, CBC Radio One

The paintings are reminiscent of Gathie Falk’s early pictures of dresses and chairs set in gardens: familiar but slightly surreal, capricious yet vaguely unsettling. The rich surfaces of mixed media, including his use of encaustic, give the artworks an earthy, home-spun appearance.”

Mia Johnson, Preview Magazine 

Jeff’s work is very powerful medicine that captures the spirit.”

Gregory Scofield, Metis poet and author.

 “Jeff’s works are sly love letters to Canada – quirky, capricious, frank, and thought provoking. His dream-like images probe this country’s soul. ”

Charles Pachter, Canadian painter

“Molloy is a confident and talented artist”

Robert Amos, Times Colonist

“This work should be in the National Gallery”!Zulis Yalte, Gabriola Island, BC

“Creative – intensely inspiring”
W.R. Martin, Perth, Scotland

“Provoked lots of discussion amongst three friends, thank you”
Helen Lee, Quadra Island, BC

“Very creative exploration of materials”
Judith Jancowski, Courtenay, BC

“Love your work Jeff, very moving”
Chantal Rose, Calgary, AB

“Devastatingly powerful”
Charles Cheffins, Gabriola Island.BC

“Jeff Molloy’s work is very powerful especially All Apologies Wow!”
Pat Carpenter, Quadra Island, BC

“Powerful exhibit”
M. Ogasawara, Campbell River, BC

“Jeff Molloy’s art is amazing”
Chris Var, Kelowna, BC

“Extraordinary Jeff”
Geoff Delgaity, Campbell River, BC

“Wow, fabulous work, thanks”
Linda Marshall, Victoria, BC

“A treat for the eyes”
D. Villoneuve, Edmonton, AB

D. Gyorffy, Calgary, AB