Molly Bullick was born in Northern Ireland and moved to Scotland to complete her Architectural
Diploma at Edinburgh College of Art. Several years bringing up children curtailed her creative
career, but a course in Drawing, Painting and Printmaking at Edinburgh College of Art in 1977
started a successful period Printmaking. She exhibited in many countries around the world, was
on the council of the Printmakers Workshop, an elected Professional member and Council
member of the Society of Scottish Artists and an elected Professional member of the Scottish
Society of Women Artists.
Experimenting in metal led to several years making jewellery with solo shows at the Scottish
Gallery Edinburgh, the Open Eye Gallery,Edinburgh, Aberdeen Art Gallery etc. She exhibited
with Dazzle, Lesley Craze Gallery and Electrum in London.
Visits to India since 1998 led to the textile world which now absorbs her totally. Workshops with
Joan Schulze, Yoshiko Wada, Dorothy Caldwell and Sandra Brownlee have been instrumental in her work. A recent meeting with the Bojagi master Chunghie Lee has consolidated the wish to work with textile and fibre.
Recently making Joomchi - Korean paper art.
1962 - 2000 Travelling awards and Scottish Arts Council Bursaries, Barcham Green Printmaking
Competition, and winner of Mini Print International Cadaques, Spain. Judges choice Loch
Lomond Quilt Show 2008
2010 SSA website award 2011 Commended and Judges choice Loch Lomond quilt show
Exhibited nationally and internationally with work in many private and public collections.
Professional member Society of Scottish Artists