Valerie Brennan interviews painter Molly Herman about her work and studio practice.
Herman notes that "I tend to create work in series, though not necessarily on purpose – by this I mean, I don’t wake up one day and set out to make a body of work, on 'plant life,' but I actively invite and pursue inspiration by noticing what’s around me/ available. – I 'trust my muse' and I keep working. Then, one day, looking back, I’ll say 'Oh, this appears to make a group of a sort' --It happens organically. Often one series bleeds into another. I try not to worry over this anymore (as I used to) – it's how creativity evolves."