Morgana Wallace is a Victoria (British Columbia, Canada) based artist. Morgana often uses Japanese linen paper in her work because of her attraction to its texture, mixing it with Canson thin card stock to create her characters’ flowing hair. Other materials used in her works include X-ACTO knives, water colors, gouache, and pencil crayons. To create depth and shadows she also uses foam board which adds to the painterly quality of her scenes. Each piece brings together references of various mythologies with fantastical and dream like elements, creating engaging and complex works of art.
Her fascination with this form of art began when she did a monotype session in printmaking class, Wallace was so interested in the texture of the cut paper compositions that she knew she wanted to create something of her own. Currently her work show case the female heroines and mystical beasts.