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Painter of landscape and still life employing an exuberant palette, teacher and administrator, who obtained a fine arts honours degree from York University, Toronto, Canada. After setting up and running the Seedlings Gallery, Toronto, 1973–5, Kulyk established studios and worked in many countries, including several periods in England, as well has holding residencies, latterly at the Masterworks Foundation, Bermuda, 1997–8, and at Vinemount, Ontario, 1998–9. She was a visiting teacher at universities and colleges in Canada and elsewhere. Later solo exhibitions included The Quaker Gallery, organised by Henry Dyson Fine Art, 2000. Many Canadian museums, galleries, financial institutions, health care facilities, government offices and hotels in North America, Europe and Asia hold Kulyk’s work.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)

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