Martin Kotyluk

 Family  2 x 2.5, acrylic on canvas, unframed

Family
2 x 2.5, acrylic on canvas, unframed

 Outcrop by the Crack  12" x 24", acrylic on canvas, unframed

Outcrop by the Crack
12" x 24", acrylic on canvas, unframed

 Stillwater Sunset  12" x 24", acrylic on canvas, unframed

Stillwater Sunset
12" x 24", acrylic on canvas, unframed

 Georgian Bay Canoe Trip  11.4" x 9", acrylic on canvas, unframed

Georgian Bay Canoe Trip
11.4" x 9", acrylic on canvas, unframed


About the Artist

Kotyluk grew up in Northern Ontario, and always had an interest in the arts from an early age. In high school, Kotyluk attended the arts program at Sudbury Secondary School. His early works were chosen to be displayed at the Sudbury Art Gallery and Science North.

Later on, Kotyluk began work for CP Rail which involved travelling across the northern shorelines of Lake Superior. He was in absolute awe of the immense diversity in front of him. This experience inspired him to explore painting wildlife and landscapes in acrylic.

For Kotyluk, art has always been a form of relaxation and meditation. He takes hundreds of photos on his long hike and canoe trips across Northern Ontario, to find the right theme or subject to put on the canvas. He’s inspired by the works of A. Y. Jackson and Tom Thomson: vivid, colourful, and dramatic. Kotyluk also enjoys detailed and textured works, along with realism.

He’s been a member of the Sudbury Art Club since 2011, and has participated in several art shows, including The La Cloche Art Show and the Northern Ontario Art Association Annual Juried Exhibition.  

Kotyluk hopes to continue learning and discovering through his painting. To share a slice of Northern Ontario with the world.