Canadian artist Darlene Kulig has teamed up with BYOM to create fine art fashion graphic face masks.
For each mask sold, $10 will be donated to the Craig Kulig Memorial Fund supporting Cancer Research at The Ottawa Hospital.
Children’s masks are also available:
Learn more about the Craig Kulig Memorial Fund supporting cancer research
Darlene’s signature style is described as semi-abstracted spirited landscape and her love of the beauty available in the Canadian landscape is clear. What is especially impressive is that she has developed a unique very personal approach that “feels” Canadian and is utterly joyful.
Darlene’s award winning work has been featured in North American publications and Global Affairs Canada has installed a selection of Kulig Canadian Landscapes in Canadian Embassies buildings around the world. The Mayo clinic has Darlene’s work hanging in the Rochester Clinic and Pomegranate Communications has licensed Darlene’s work in their international product line.
A member of the Etobicoke Art Group and Neilson Park Creative Centre where she studies and paints, you can find her work in galleries across Canada and the United States as well as private collections around the world.
Darlene also has cards for sale – with $15 going to the Craig Kulig Memorial Fund
This fundraising breakfast welcomes members of the Public Service for an hour of hope and inspiration. It is an exclusive opportunity to learn about Cameron Love’s vision for The Ottawa Hospital and hear from patients whose lives were saved.