Mary Wallace        Contemporary Irish Artist 

'Sailchearnach' © Mary Wallace

MARY  WALLACE  

 Contemporary Irish artist Mary Wallace is best known for her unique and vibrant mixed media paintings. Inspiration comes from ordinary everyday things which she makes extraordinary; intrigued by Japanese art and culture which also informs her work.  Using ancient art media in a novel way colour is suspended in beeswax making for an opulent visual experience especially when paired with pure gold.  Her imaginative style is abstract and surreal.  

          

                     

 

   

“Working with gold leaf is such a delicate affair. It requires patience and practice to place that 
filigree just as you want it.  Sometimes I feel it has a mind of its own as the gentlest breath can cause it to flicker and fly away! “

THE  COLLECTION

Choose from the entire collection with a range of original paintings, prints and more. Precious bowls, moonjars, the Moon, exotic fruit, flowers, flamboyant hens, cockerels, fish and other creatures.  Visit the Art Gallery where original paintings are arranged by theme.  The Online Shop has a wonderful selection of art prints and greeting cards.

Browse through the Art Gallery where you will find all sorts of treasures arranged by theme. Precious bowls, Moonjars, the Moon, exotic fruit, flowers, flamboyant hens, cockerels and other creatures.




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ORIGINAL ART


Beautiful paintings

Arranged by theme

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For you home, business and every special occasion. 

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GIFT VOUCHERS
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 Mary Wallace is a professional member of Visual Arts Ireland. Registered with Design & Craft Council Ireland,  she is a Heritage Specialist with The Heritage Council and a member of The Makers House Wexford.