Wallace Crossman is a Dunedin based artist. 

He spent time with Colin McMahon at art school “I think” and was responsible for the school that had a big collection of artworks that recently sold them including a McMahon. Was on the news a couple of years ago.


Has exhibited internationally and is well collected and respected.


Has been an art teacher for a large part of his life. 


Born in Auckland in 1930, Wallace Crossman studied at Elam School. A painter and teacher, he taught art at Otago Polytechnic during the 1980s, he is represented in several public collections.