Artwork for Sale
Crowded Beach, 2000
Inscriptionssigned, ‘MOLLY LAMB B’ (lower right)
Winchester Galleries Ltd., Victoria (British Columbia)
Private collection, Toronto
Molly Lamb Bobak loves to paint crowds;
“It is an interest I have had ever since I was a kid. I simply love gatherings, minglings, not so much sports although I used to love going to baseball games and seeing crowds. I think that I rationalize it - this is really true - I have been thinking about this and I say that it’s like little ants crawling, the sort of insignificance and yet the beauty of people all getting together.” 
Molly Lamb Bobak loves both flowers and crowds. She explained in an interview with the CBC in 1993 ;
“I love flowers. Poppies [are] like crowds; they move in the wind. You don’t organize them. You don’t settle them into something. You paint them as they are, blowing or moving or dying or coming to birth and that is how it is with my crowds. I see something and it is spontaneous and it’s moving and it’s about the movement of something like crowds and colour or flowers and colour.”
 Ian G. Lumsden, The Queen Comes to New Brunswick: Paintings and Drawings by Molly Lamb Bobak (Saint John :Beaverbrook Art Gallery, 1977), 8.
 Molly Lamb Bobak: a retrospective, https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2414705964
Interview for Touring exhibition retrospective organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina.