Mark Mullis' style reflects an imaginary world hoped for.
After many years in education, Mark found his love of creating beautiful and meaningful things through painting.
Although not formally trained, he has developed a style of imaginative landscapes influenced by the likes of Friedensreich Hundertwasser and Sir David Hockney, drawing from his memories of the many varied and beautiful landscapes he has walked, surfed and climbed over the years. His style speaks more of an imaginary world hoped for.
In his paintings he seeks to ask questions and not give answers. He uses symbolism, exaggeration and paradoxes.