Welcome to Monod Art & Design

Come and explore my visual impressions of majestic mountains, deep in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Journey to the beautiful west coast and ancient forests of British Columbia with me. I will also guide you through the wide open spaces, lakes and hills of the lush Okanagan Valley.

My goal is to paint with a bold and beautiful style the landscapes of Canada. In doing so I am celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday with you! #Canada150




Tina Monod is a landscape painter inspired by the valleys and oceans, lakes and mountains of Canada. Her Canadian landscapes are vibrant in nature. Her style is both impressionistic and expressionistic in how she captures light and layers with colour. She is a member of Artists in Canada, East Central Ontario Art Association, Federation of Canadian Artists, McMichael Canadian Art Collection and the Society of Canadian Artists.

Born in Kelowna, British Columbia Tina Monod chose to pursue her art education in Victoria. Monod is a graduate from U Vic with a B.F.A. Honours and also attended the Pilchuck Glass School. A visual artist for over 30 years, Tina started her career as a freelance animator, graphic illustrator, marketer, graphic designer and web designer. Creativity and connecting with the outdoors is her passion.

photo of tina monod by jason chow photography
photo of Tina Monod by Jason Chow Photography


Sing Me Home

Light from the night sky traces the desert hills and Okanagan sage. In this painting the soft violets, cobalts and ochres of distant Lavington hills harmonize. Nearer, one can feel the dryness of the ranch land and the coolness of the evening air. Whistling cottonwood trees are changing colour and their gold colours glow like fireflies. This image is the last, tenth painting in a new series by artist Tina Monod called the “Wilderness Expressions”.

Mountain High

Sometimes all you need is a little elevation to get away from it all. Hikes like this one unfold with many layers of beauty. There is no greater feeling than a mountain high, which comes from pushing onwards, climbing higher and trusting in the trail ahead of you. This image is the ninth painting in a new series by artist Tina Monod called the “Wilderness Expressions”.


Durham Region, Ontario

Station Gallery
1450 Henry St, Whitby, ON L1N 0A8
T. (905) 668-4185

Imagine That Art Gallery
965 Dundas St W, Whitby, ON L1P 1G8
T. (905) 665-0333

Ontario Shores Art Gallery
700 Gordon Street, Building #5, Level 2, The Conference Place Whitby, ON L1N 5S9
T. (905) 430-4055; 4880

Cultural Expressions Art Gallery
Old Kingston Rd, Ajax, ON L1T 2Z7
T. (905) 427-2412

Okanagan Valley

Alternator Gallery
421 Cawston Ave #103, Kelowna, BC V1Y 6Z1
T. (250) 868-2298

Kelowna Art Gallery
1315 Water Street Kelowna, BC V1Y 9R3
T. (250) 762-2226

Vancouver, British Columbia

HSBC Pendulum Gallery, Atrium
885 West Georgia, Vancouver BC
T. (604) 250-9682

New-Small & Sterling Glass Studio Gallery
1440 Old Bridge Street, Granville Island, Vancouver, BC V6H 3S6
T. (604) 681-6730

Crafthouse CCBC – Craft Council of British Columbia
1386 Cartwright Street, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R8
T. (604) 687-7270

Canadian Craft Museum / Bill Reid Gallery
639 Hornby St, Cathedral Place, Vancouver, BC V6C 2G2
T. (604) 682-3455

Diane Farris Gallery
1535 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V6J 5C2
T. (604) 737-2629


In my career of building art, community and culture I am grateful for the love and support of family and friends. There is not greater joy than creating and sharing my art with an audience and collectors. I greatly appreciate the galleries listed here helping me forward with new representation of my art.

Thank you!