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 Phil Hulebak  (1951 - )

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Lived/Active: New Mexico      Known for: plein-air landscape

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following is from Larry Greenly:

Phil Hulebak (1951- ) was born in Fargo, ND. When he was two or three years old, his family moved to New Mexico. After a year or so, the family settled in Albuquerque, where Hulebak has since lived most of his life.

Hulebak studied fine arts at the University of New Mexico (1970-1976), commercial art at Casper College in Wyoming (1976-1979), and he still attends University of New Mexico continuing education art classes.

In his youth, he was inspired by Frank McCulloch, an art teacher at Highland High School, Albuquerque and, later, by Mickey McConnell, a painting instructor at the University of New Mexico.

Hulebak became a full-time plumber, but balanced his trade with painting by implementing some creative job scheduling. In the 1980s he studied with Michael Lynch, a plein-air painter who greatly influenced his work. Finally, in the 1990s, a class taught by Kevin Macpherson, president of the Plein Air Painters of America, gave him the courage to retire from plumbing in 1998
and start painting full time.

A prolific painter, Hulebak has worked in watercolor, but now almost exclusively paints with oils. He specializes in representational landscape paintings and enjoys plein-air painting.

Hulebak had a one-man show at the New Mexico Art League (1988); has shown at the juried NM State Fair Fine Arts exhibit; and participated in a number of shows, such as the NM Arts & Crafts Show, Southwest Arts & Crafts Show, Weem's Arts & Crafts Show, and the Best of Scottsdale.


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