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Molly Enholm is a contemporary artist, writer and historian. She serves as Co-Editor of ArtScene and Managing Editor at its partner publication, Fabrik. She is a contributing Senior Writer and Editor for TheArtStory.org, and lectures on Modern, Contemporary and Asian Art History at CSU Northridge. For nearly a decade, Molly served as Managing & Digital Editor of art ltd. magazine and is a freelance contributor to a variety of publications, including Art and Cake, ArtScene, Hi-Fructose and visualartsource.com.



Present Employment

Managing  Editor
Art Scene magazine, Co-Editor
The Art Story, Contributing Editor

California State University Northridge
Lecturer of Art History
Courses on Western, Asian, and Global Art History
(2012 – present)

art ltd. magazine
Managing / Newsletter Editor, contributing writer
(06/2008 – 06/2017)

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2010 Winter, Stir Crazy, Los Angeles
  • 2007 Silhouettes II, Stir Crazy, Los Angeles
  • 2007 Silhouettes, A Loft Art, Santa Ana
  • 2005 Exhibit Four, Stir Crazy, Los Angeles
  • 2003 Recent Works, Stir Crazy, Los Angeles
  • 2000 Works on Paper II, Stir Crazy, Los Angeles
  • 1999 Ten Percent, The Little Playhouse, Hollywood
  • 1999 Works on Paper, Stir Crazy, Los Angeles

Group Exhibitions

  • 2019 “Unusual Views,” Sturt Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens
    On view: February 10 – June 9, 2019
  • 2013 Art from the ashes, “Wellness Works,” Pico House, Los Angeles
  • 2012 Art from the ashes, Barnsdall Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles
  • 2010 Memory’s Touch, CSU Channel Islands, Camarillo
  • 2010 Art from the ashes: to benefit the Deukmejian Wilderness Park, Glendale
  • 2008 Glendale Open Studio Tour, Glendale
  • 2006 Art in the Garden, Glendale
  • 2005 America the Beautiful, E Street Cafe, Encinitas
  • 2005 Cannibal Flower Art Show, Infusion Gallery and Hangar 101, Los Angeles
  • 2005 Annual Student Art Exhibit, Northridge Art Galleries, CSU Northridge,CA.
    Jurors: Craig Krull, Jeffrey Valance, and Wendy Brill-WynkoopBrill-Wynkoop
California State University Northridge
Master of Arts, Art History (2010)
Honors: Graduated with distinction
Thesis: Hans Burkhardt: Anticipating Postmodernism

Bachelor of Arts, Studio Arts (2006)
Honors: magna cum laude


Association of Art Editors

International Association of Art Critics, United States (AICA-USA)