Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski is a multidisciplinary artist working and living in New Haven, CT. She grew up moving from city to city in the American East Coast, South, and Midwest.  Spending her most formative years in a constantly shifting landscape has tethered her art practice to interests in multiplicity, magic, bewilderment, and being liminal af.   

In 2014 she exhibited with MoCADA in Brooklyn, and really enjoyed that.  DeJesus Moleski has also exhibited work in New Orleans, New Mexico, LA, Miami, New York, and the Bay Area.  Her work has been featured in HyperAllergic, the Huffington Post, and Momma Tried Magazine.    

DeJesus Moleski uses culturally classed materials to make a myth and tell a truth.  She is currently attending the Yale School of Art for an MFA in Painting and Printmaking.