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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Amphitrite Light

The southernmost tip of the Ucluelet peninsula is marked by one of B.C.'s most iconic lighthouses. Although not in use these days, it receives the full brunt of the winter storms.

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Crystal Cove

Crystal Cove is the very scenic southern end of Mackenzie Beach near Tofino, B.C. With six resorts close by it is a very popular place to take a beach walk.

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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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Barkley Sound: Broken Islands Sunset

Barkley Sound lies immediately south of Ucluelet on Vancouver Island's outer coast. Dozens of islands make up the Broken Island Archipelago which are an integral part of the Pacific Rim National Park.

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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


March/April 2018 - Easter Weekend


Fri 30, Sat 31, Sun 1, & Mon 2


11 am - 3 pm


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

Spring - Summer (PDT) 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Fall - Winter (PST) 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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