So excited to present a new range of prints and greeting cards that sing with vibrant colour and the lustre of pure gold. The effect is opulent and luxurious.  Beautiful yet broken vessels featuring native and garden flora - a unique fusion of Japanese ceramics and Irish flora.


  This year two brilliant festivals run simultanously - Wex-Art and Wexford Festival Opera. I will be showing my latest work in The Makers House where I have a permanent display.  If you miss it in October please come visit all year round.

  What a timely piece in the Sunday Business Post on November 7th just as I am about to take off to Art Source 2021 in the RDS.  Rubbing shoulders with Banksy, Picasso, Warhol, Lichtenstein  no less.  

    "...Lovers of the still life should head for the Mary Wallace stand. She has had great success with her series of paintings of Moon jars, striking ceramic vessels echoing the beautiful shape of the Moon, first made in 13th century Korea to symbolise the Neo-Confucian ideals of purity and integrity. When Bernard Leach, father of British studio pottery, purchased an actual Moon jar in Seoul in 1935 he said that owning it was like “carrying a piece of happiness”. Moon Jar Agapanthus ..."   

Ros Drinkwater, Fine At correspondent, Sunday Business Post

Sometimes I like to look back... 

Well, this is a blast from the past.

Yes! It's really me. A different hair style and a couple of   years younger....

After all if I am going to tell you about the stories and  inspiration behind my paintings what better way to start than to share this video with you. It's really about where it all began ....