Canadian Landscape Expressions Wilderness Expressions is a star filled collection painted with acrylics onto black gallery wood panels. Each painting is 24×24″ with a depth of 2″ and a polished black edge ready for hanging. These “nocturne” paintings explore some of the most beautiful and remote trails in Canada. Each image of the west coast […]
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”.
There’s something very relaxing about growing up in the Okanagan with shimmering lakes just moments away and mountains full of history that touch the sky. Naramata is a lush valley and produces quite a variety of apples, pears, peaches, plums, apricots, and cherries. This image is the sixth painting in a new series by artist Tina Monod called the “Wilderness Expressions”.