SCA Juried Art Exhibition – Be Square!

Tina Monod, Ontario, May 1, 2017 – This month I am happy to be showing in the Society of Canadian Artists Elected & Associate Members’ Exhibition. This show runs from May 23 to June 4, 2017 and is open to the general public. The exhibition will feature artwork of any size, but fitting into a 12″x12″ or 24″x24″ frame (or unframed work in these sizes). Come and view beautiful art by Canadian artists at Art Square Gallery in Toronto (across from the Art Gallery of Ontario).

Special thanks to the Society of Canadian Artists and Art Square Gallery!

About Tina Monod

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. 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.

To learn more about her art please visit

About the Society of Canadian Artists

Founded in 1972, the Society of Canadian Artists (SCA) is a national, non-profit artists’ organization dedicated to expanding the visibility and stature of the visual arts. This year is a celebration year with many wonderful exhibitions of Canadian art. The Society is also celebrating their 60th anniversary!

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guided grandeur by tina monod, acrylic on gallery canvas, 24x24 showing at Be Square II
“Guided Grandeur” © Tina Monod, acrylic on gallery canvas, 24×24

Published by Tina Monod

Artist and Designer, Tina Monod holds a BFA in Visual Arts from the University of Victoria and a diploma in digital media and design, awarded with creative excellence and honours. Digital Photography and travel are a big part of her inspiration and process. She is always shaping the landscapes around her with a style of impressionism and expressionism in brushwork and palette.

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