Contemporary Irish artist Mary Wallace is best known for her unique and vibrant paintings. Precious bowls and moonjars, the Moon, exotic fruit, flamboyant hens, cockerels and other creatures including fish and animals. Her creative style is abstract and surreal.
She is inspired by life and nature and uses unusual art media such as beeswax, egg tempera, pure gold. Japanese influences - kintsugi, wabi sabi & ikebana - are apparent in her work as are interests in heritage, mythology and symbolism.
Here you can see her entire range of original paintings, mixed media and textile art. To assist you the galleries are arranged by theme.