Paula Wallace

Artwork

And Then It Was Spring

Paula Wallace

And Then It Was Spring

Oil on Panel

7 x 30 in

$750.00

Late Summer: The Road Home

Paula Wallace

Late Summer: The Road Home

Oil on Panel

10 x 20 in

$700.00

Summer Storm (Cumulus Congestus)

Paula Wallace

Summer Storm (Cumulus Congestus)

oil on panel

8 x 8 in

$275.00

What Will Be

Paula Wallace

What Will Be

Oil on Panel

8 x 8 x 1.50 in

$275.00

Cloud Break at Dawn

Paula Wallace

Cloud Break at Dawn

Oil on Panel

18 x 18 in

$1,150.00

Cirrus

Paula Wallace

Cirrus

oil on panel

8 x 8 in

$275.00

The Door to Evening Opens

Paula Wallace

The Door to Evening Opens

oil on panel

7 x 24.50 x 1.50 in

$400.00

Cloud Study 1

Paula Wallace

Cloud Study 1

Oil on Panel

8 x 8 x 1.50 in

$275.00

Cumulonimbus

Paula Wallace

Cumulonimbus

oil on panel

8 x 8 in

$275.00

The Greening of the Wheat

Paula Wallace

The Greening of the Wheat

oil on panel

8 x 8 in

$275.00

Last Light

Paula Wallace

Last Light

Oil on Panel

18 x 18 in

$1,150.00

Let It Come as It Will and Do Not Be Afraid

Paula Wallace

Let It Come as It Will and Do Not Be Afraid

oil on panel

16 x 48 in

$2,750.00

The Hinge Between Earth and Heaven

Paula Wallace

The Hinge Between Earth and Heaven

oil on panel

12 x 70 in

$2,950.00

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Paula Wallace
Statement A studio in the Hot Shops Art Center is not so much about the finished formality of art than it is about the sweat and mess of making art. It is a place of collaboration and curiosity – both of which spark my work. My own compassion and sense of wonder are tempered with humor and an earthy realism - a creative and spiritual vision informed by both childhood farm life and grown-up city dwelling. What enriches my life and art is helping others discover their own creative gifts – be they disabled, gifted, young or old. Service work as a teaching artist with WhyArts or the Girl Scouts in the Omaha area often includes projects with those who are the underserved, hovering at the edges – the very young or the elderly, special needs, at risk, or refugee. My work as illustrator includes fully illustrated texts, calendars, teaching materials, and many published titles. The artwork has been used to illustrate musical and dramatic texts for multi-media performances. My own book, Choose Your Days, is expected in 2016 from Cinco Puntos Press. As a fine artist there have been exhibits in such diverse settings as commercial galleries in the United States and Italy, schools, churches, the Nebraska Governor’s mansion (2015) and in public collections such as the University of Nebraska Medical Center School of Nursing and School of Public Health. There is enormous gratitude for having work in private collections throughout the United States and internationally. I use art to help give voice to others. Art is the language of my work: to delight in beauty and to share the human experience are aspects of that language. It is the artist's duty is to pay attention to the wonders and possibilities of the world and, in particular, to their own mistakes.
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