Louise Wallace

Louise Wallace

Louise Wallace

Louise Wallace

Louise Wallace is a painter, writer and educator. She was shortlisted for the BEEP Painting Prize (2022) and longlisted for the John Moore’s Painting Prize (2020). She has exhibited her paintings nationally and internationally including the SoHo20 gallery (New York), Siemens Art Space (Beijing), RUA Red (Dublin) and a major institutional solo exhibition, Midnight Feast at The MAC (Belfast) 2023. Her work is in several private and public collections including the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, the Ulster University collection and the Boyle Civic Collection, Sligo. Wallace co-curated and exhibited in ‘Penumbra’, a survey of contemporary Irish female painting at the F.E. McWilliam Gallery (2020). Her essay ‘Who Killed Marthe Bonnard? Madness, Morbidity and Pierre Bonnard’s “The Bath”’ was published in the Journal of Contemporary Painting (2018). Paintings from her latest Midnight Feast series are included in the British Council journal ‘Difficult Conversations’ (2023). Wallace currently works as a lecturer in painting at Belfast School of Art.

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