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Mark Hulings: A New Day

CLOSING reception Saturday, March 14, 5-7 pm
Artist introduction at 6 pm

February 22 through Saturday, March 14, 2015


Mark Hulings' work is strongly influenced by the Early German Romantics, John Singer-Sargent, the Brandywine School of Southeastern, Pennsylvania including N C Wyeth, Maxfield Parrish and Andrew Wyeth. Each work, he acknowledges, is an invitation for the viewer to become involved on a deep, intimate level.

During his youth Mark traveled with his family throughout the 48 states and Canadian provinces. This allowed him to witness the landscapes that would eventually influence his artwork. After studying portraiture privately under Robert Ernst of Titusville, he then attended York Academy of Art & Design, graduating 1982 with a Major in Interior/Environmental Design with a minor in Fine-Art and Graphic Design. He spent the next years living and working in the Tri-County area, photographing, drawing and painting, being inspired from the country side, architecture and local genre.

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Face of Ice, 26 x 17, watercolor
Season Of Change:,Oil on Masonite 24 x30
Transition, Oil on Masonite 24x34
A New Day, 60 x 40, oil on canvas
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In 1989 he moved to Anchorage, AK taking the opportunity to explore artistic style and techniques in amongst the pristine scenery of the Alaskan wilderness while working as a surveyor and illustrator of the Alaska Pipeline corridor. During this time he was elected as a member of the AKWS (Alaska Watercolor Society). He also participated in “Arts, for the Parks” National competition and had numerous solo exhibits. Due to the unique location as a global hub, Alaska enabled Marks work to be collected world-wide.

Upon his return to Pennsylvania in 1997 Mark utilized his 3-D capabilities as a model maker for Graham Packaging in York. PA. He created models for Fortune-500 companies like, Tropicanna, Gatorade, Hershey and many others.

Now residing in the sleepy town of Corry, Pa . Mark has focused his attention and abilities to restore a 1870's vintage Italianate home, where he has established his studio/gallery in hopes to encourage more artisans to relocate and flourish.