Saturday, April 08, 2017

STUART WALLACE'S ARTWORK ARRIVES IN BROOKLYN


Congratulations to the Denver-based fine art specialist artist Stuart Wallace whose latest dynamic collection of artwork arrived in Brooklyn Galleries in New York a few days ago and is now on display.


Wallace was born in England in 1968 and emigrated with his family to the US ten years later.  They lived in Kansas City for twenty years and from here, he graduated from Shawnee Mission High School, attending the Kansas City Art Institute and becoming a citizen of the United States.

After leaving the Kansas City Art Institute, Wallace began his first successful design company but with the necessity of providing for a family, shaped his life for many years.  However, during this time, he never stopped painting, sketching and creating works of art using water colour, acrylic and oil.  Often, he was able to weave those ideas into his daily corporate life as an executive creative director.

Stuart Wallace’s work is original, intricate and exceptional. Do visit his website  http://stuartwallace.wixsite.com/artwork
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Dumbo, an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn.
 


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