Mark Kulas

Mark Kulas

Mark grew up on the shores of Golden Lake east of Algonquin Park, and as a child his school workbooks contained as many sketches as notes.  He describes his painting style as a distillation of his graphic design background, the folk art of his Kashub Polish heritage, and the Woodland Art movement.  Thematically, his stylized paintings depict the wildlife and wilderness of the Ottawa Valley, Algonquin Park and Muskoka.

Mark is always observing his environment for reference and subject matter, and his vehicle usually has a canoe or kayak on the roof, ready for exploring some inviting lake or river. He paints at the family cottage on Bella Lake and at his home in Pembroke. 

Visitors with mobility issues please note that there are exterior stairs to reach this studio.


Current Work:

Studio Info:

Mark Kulas
1045 Buck Island Rd.

Guest Artist

August 18 & 19 2018

pitcher by Dan Hill

teapot by Dan Hill

Dan Hill - Porcelain & Stoneware

Dan combines ancient ceramic techniques with contemporary design and decoration to produce beautiful, functional pottery. He specializes in “Soda Glaze”, which involves spraying a mixture of sodium and water onto the pieces inside a 1200 degree Celsius pottery kiln.

Discover teapots, mugs, casseroles, platters and bowls in many colours and sizes, as well as decorative artwork for the home and garden.