Welcome to my website! My name is Sean Wall, I am a painter and sculptor living in the Brazos valley here in Texas. I studied wildlife biology and environmental science at Texas A&M university and have experience in wildlife and habitat management.

Most of my works are paintings that try to capture the beauty of the natural environment we live in, and show the relationship we have with the community of life all around us.

Additionally, I do a lot of work with found objects from the local area, and through their usage inspire people with the wonderful world around us.

My work deals with specific themes and I also post my ideas concerning those issues regularly. Predominantly, these issues concern our relationship to our environment as people, and how that relationship can change and has changed.

Humans are an integral part of the natural world, and as such are just as important to it as buffalo or bumblebees. By the same token, when we live as a part of that natural environment, our lives do become easier as well as more healthful. All we have to do is just remember that we belong here.

I’m a very positive person, and I feel that positive messages have a greater impact on people than negative ones. I have a lot of hope for our future and that hope is reflected in my work.

For questions, please contact me at sean.c.wall@hotmail.com

Thank you for visiting!

Luna and the Lotus


-all image credits Sean and/or Lacie Wall, unless otherwise specified


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  1. Sean, your work is amazing. I stand is awe of the talent God has truly blessed you with. May He continue to bless and guide you as you follow the path set before you. I love you and Lacie and Precious Luna.

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