Since creating the two artworks which were on display at the Eastgate Art Gallery in Basildon, Essex, Stuart, is delighted that both have been sold. He now lives in Aurora, Denver, Colorado and has enjoyed even more popularity with his later creations. His iconic and enigmatic portfolio has been exhibited in art galleries in several American cities, including New York and his work is gaining prominence in his home city of Denver, Colorado. Why not take a tour and see what I mean?
Stuart is grateful for the warm welcome that awaited his mother, the author Liz
Wallace when she helped organise Stuart's work in a prime position at the Basildon Art Gallery during last October. She used some of her time in England to sign some of her best selling book CHRISTMAS PAST IN ESSEX.
But what happened to those two pieces of artwork flown over from the US? Here we have Linda Weiss who loves her piece of US skill which brings her some interesting comments.
And one more devotee, Don Budy commented: I am a working professional sculptor and have been an art educator for over 58 years. I have visited Museums and Galleries in New York, Paris, London and Rome and many in between. I have seen such work that was extraordinary and some that was not. When I saw the work of Stuart Wallace, I was blown away. His work is thoughtful, meaningful and shows a wonderful appreciation of the Rules and Principles of Art coupled with an incredible sense of Creativity. His use of color and form is exciting and refreshing. I would put his work next to any contemporary/abstract artist, living or dead. No, I am not a relative. I just appreciate creative quality art and that is what I see when I look at the work of Stuart Wallace. If you are a collector, I would suggest that you follow this young man very closely. Don Budy.