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  Ken Wallace - Little King Lake



Little King Lake
acrylic on canvas
36 x 36 in.  
$4300
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - North Shore, Green Lake



North Shore, Green Lake
acrylic on canvas
36 x 60 in.  
$6100
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - The Great Heron's New Site of Contemplation



The Great Heron's New Site of Contemplation
acrylic on canvas
40 x 30 in.  
$4200
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Aqua Autumn Arrives at the Spring



Aqua Autumn Arrives at the Spring
acrylic on canvas
72 x 90 in.  
$15500
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Deep Forest Pond #1



Deep Forest Pond #1
acrylic on canvas
24 x 60 in.  
$4700
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Autumn Aqua Charms the Elms



Autumn Aqua Charms the Elms
acrylic on canvas
44 x 44 in.  
$5650
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Aqua Tendrils # 1



Aqua Tendrils # 1
acrylic on canvas
60 x 60 in.  
$8500
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Paradise Pond #2



Paradise Pond #2
acrylic on canvas
36 x 48 in.  
$5200
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Swan Arm



Swan Arm
acrylic on canvas
50 x 30 in.  
Sold
  Ken Wallace - Aqua Oro Tendrils



Aqua Oro Tendrils
acrylic on canvas
40 x 60 in.  
$6700
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Lucinda Spring



Lucinda Spring
acrylic on canvas
48 x 72 in.  
Sold
  Ken Wallace - Monte Lake



Monte Lake
acrylic on canvas
30 x 30 in.  
$3400
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Still Creek Marsh



Still Creek Marsh
acrylic on canvas
40 x 60 in.  
$6700
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Blue Heron's Great Find



Blue Heron's Great Find
acrylic on canvas
40 x 60 in.  
$6700
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Pilford Pond



Pilford Pond
acrylic on canvas
44 x 44 in.  
$5650
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Aqua Branches Bending



Aqua Branches Bending
acrylic on canvas
40 x 60 in.  
$6700
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Marble Bay



Marble Bay
acrylic on canvas
40 x 40 in.  
$5000
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Radiant Shadows



Radiant Shadows
acrylic on canvas
48 x 48 in.  
$6400
available at Bau-Xi, Toronto
  Ken Wallace - Reed Mace



Reed Mace
acrylic on canvas
36 x 24 in.  
$3750
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
  Ken Wallace - Verdachi



Verdachi
acrylic on canvas
60 x 40 in.  
$6700
available at Bau-Xi, Vancouver
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Ken Wallace

Ken Wallace attended the Alberta College of Art, and the Banff School of Fine Arts on scholarship. He graduated with honours in animation and painting from the Vancouver School of Art (now E.C.I.A.D.) in 1973. Wallace has taught painting and drawing at the University of British Columbia in the Faculty of Education and Department of Fine Arts, Continuing Studies. His work is represented in numerous prestigious private and public collections including the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada Council Art Bank, CBC, National Gallery of Canada, and the Vancouver Art Gallery. "Meaning in art is increasingly externalised by theoretical constructs that have made it difficult for the viewer to form personal responses. However, human experience is inseparable from nature, therefore landscape painting should be looked at through the duality of both physical existence and the meaning of nature in the subconscious. These landscapes are not of specific locations rather they are representations of the idea of nature for contemplation."