Octopus: Into The Open

The coast of B.C. and Alaska is home to the largest octopus in the world, the Pacific Giant Octopus, which can grow tentacles almost 18 feet in length.

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View From Black Rock: The Survivor

The title refers to the lone Sitka Spruce tree that has somehow grown to maturity against all odds. The scene is the view from the Black Rock Resort in Ucluelet, B.C.

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Bamfield Harbour

The small town of Bamfield on the west coast of Vancouver Island was not accessible by road until the late1960s. Even today the main thoroughfare through the middle of the community is the inlet, and boats are far more useful than cars.

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Great Blue Heron: The Risk Taker

Herons are a common sight all over the world and a frequent subject in Mark's work.

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Bald Eagle: Morning Catch

The Pacific North-West coast is home to large numbers of Bald Eagles and in some locations they can appear to be the most common bird seen in a day.

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Mark teaching a group of keen students on a beach.

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Clients chatting with Mark Hobson

MEET THE ARTIST:

2019 Dates TBC

 

Mark will be in the gallery painting at his easel. Come in to see him in action and get insight into how he creates his vivid and detailed artworks.

 

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Headshot of Mark Hobson

GALLERY INFORMATION:

Open Daily   (Except Dec. 25, 26, & Jan. 1)

Pacific Daylight Time: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Pacific Standard Time: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm


366 Campbell Street (Box 381)
Tofino, B.C. V0R 2Zo, Canada.

 

Toll Free: 1-800 668 2208

Local: 250 725 3120

 

The gallery is fully accessible.

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