Cabell Molina is a contemporary artist transplanted from California to the east. Where Cabell has proved herself exceptional is by making the intangible tangible by taking iconic images and translating their meaning on canvas. Her works embody the layers of raw emotion that form by experiencing pop culture in both the present tense and as nostalgia. Her latest series combines the contemplation of the evocative depths of pop culture with the immediate need for social change. Cabell culled an adventurous, playful and at times controversial method of creation, immortalizing the power of an image. She uses type and graphics combined with thick paint, paper and layers to bring images to life. Her assemblage of bold, colorful mixed media work uses found elements, re-appropriated images, photography, Ephemera, oil pastels, aerosol, fabric, gold lea, acrylic and oil paint. Formerly an advertising art director, Cabell worked for multinational advertising agencies in cities all over the world. Prior to her stint in “the real world”, Cabell studied graphic design and art direction at Art Center in Los Angeles. She uses her background in advertising, photo manipulation, design and art direction to create large scale powerful, relevant pop art pieces. Her work has been in shows and private collections around the world. She creates commissioned conceptual portraits for clients as well.