Reaching Elevation

Sawback Range – Banff National Park, Alberta

Following the direction of aspen tree branches, my brushes trace the soft aqua green forest canopy. Mossy greens blend into the background of conifers, new and old growth. In this gathering of Banff nature, wilderness and trees there is a wonderful blue light. Beautiful aspens stand like totems with wise faces observing all and standing witness to the mountain life and seasons, here in the Sawback Range.

“Reaching Elevation” will be on exhibition at The Federation Gallery in Vancouver, B.C. Aug 27 – Sept 9 and available for purchase from the gallery.

sawback range - reaching elevation by tina monod - acrylic on gallery canvas 16x20x1.5
“Reaching Elevation” © Tina Monod, Acrylic on Gallery Canvas 16x20x1.5″

Mapping the Great Divide

Mapping the Great Divide is a collection of landscapes painted with acrylics onto gallery canvas. Paintings are 24×24″ and 16×20″ with a depth of 1.5″ and a painted edge, ready for hanging. These paintings explore some of Canada’s most beautiful national parks and Unesco world heritage sites. Each mountain image explores the Canadian Rockies from Revelstoke and Yoho National Parks, in British Columbia… to Banff National Park, Alberta. This series by Canadian artist and designer Tina Monod is about mountain culture, elevation and the beauty of mountains in Canada.

Cloud Forest

Aspen Glow

Luminescent Divide

Journey Into Radiance

Alpine Illumine

Guided Grandeur

Prismatic Pass

Palliser Trail

Odaray Mountain Light

First Snowfall

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