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Vintages of the County Art at Hubbs Creek Vineyard

County and Country Wine Art Exhibition

Tina Monod, Ontario, April 1, 2019 – This spring I am honoured to be exhibiting my art at the Hubbs Creek Vineyard and Winery in Hillier, Ontario. Fresh from the vines, this new collection “Vintages of the County,” is inspired by the wines of Hubbs Creek!

Pinot Gris, Gamay Rose, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are the emotion on my brush. There are 3 paintings for each of these vintages. This series as a whole illustrates a vibrant landscape of viticulture. There is a visual connection here of the seasons and the senses.

Wine growing, cultivating and harvesting grapes are the themes in these miniature acrylic paintings. Great imagination and attention to detail can be found in these collectible 10×10 and 12×12 inch pieces. When combined as 3 images hung vertically, they really tell a story. All are designed to add warmth and joy to wall spaces and home decor individually and collectively. The possibilities are many for mixing and matching.

Special thank you to the Calvieri family for inviting me to show my work at their winery. I am grateful for this opportunity and happy to be sharing my art with the people of Prince Edward County.

Watch for the upcoming arts and culture debut of “Vintages of the County” in Grapevine Magazine and  The LINK Magazine spring issues.

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 www.monodartdesign.ca

About Hubbs Creek Vineyard

Hubbs Creek Vineyard Inc. began operating in 2001 and is a family run business. In the spring of 2002, their first vines were planted. What began as one of the oldest vineyards in Prince Edward County is located in the township of Hillier, near Wellington, Ontario. Owner and Viticulturist, John Battista Calvieri is an award-winning winemaker with awards from the “All Canadian Wine Championships” and the “Wine Align Awards.”

To learn more please visit www.hubbscreekvineyard.ca

Location

Hubbs Creek Vineyard
562 Danforth Rd
Hillier, ON
Prince Edward County
K0K 3L0
Phone: 613-654-9935 or 647-521-2395

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Vintages of the County painting collection by Tina Monod – Art exhibition at Hubbs Creek Vineyard
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Art exhibition “Vintages of County” at Hubbs Creek Vineyard – Wine themed acrylic paintings by Tina Monod

Perfect Moment at Station Gallery

26th Annual SG Members’ Group Exhibition

Tina Monod, Ontario, December 31, 2018 – This winter I am happy to be participating in the 26th Annual Members’ Exhibition “Perfect Moment” at the Station Gallery in Whitby, Ontario. Come see the art and explore this versatile theme of Durham region artists. Art exhibition runs from December 15, 2018 – January 20, 2019. Don’t forget to vote for the People’s Choice Award!

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Perfect Moment. 26th Annual Station Gallery Members’ Group Art Exhibition

Special thanks to Olexander Wlasenko, Curator at Station Gallery! Also thank you to the jurors Elisa Coish, Curator at Stouffville’s Latcham Art Centre; Sandy Saad, Curator at Bowmanville’s Visual Art Centre; and Todd Tremeer, Artist and Educator.

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 www.monodartdesign.ca

About Station Gallery

Station Gallery is a community arts and culture centre offering a variety of exhibitions and arts education programs in Whitby and Brooklyn, Ontario. They are located below the Whitby Go Train and across from the Whitby Abilities Centre at 1450 Henry Street, Whitby, Ontario L1N 0A8.

To learn more please visit www.whitbystationgallery.com

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Acrylic painting Palliser Trail 24×24 (far right) by Tina Monod Perfect Moment art exhibition, Station Gallery

Tina Monod Artist To Collect in Arabella Magazine

Artist Story

This autumn, Tina Monod is a featured “Artist to Collect” in ARABELLA Magazine. A new 10th-Anniversary issue of ARABELLA Canadian Art, Architecture and Design Magazine is now fresh off the press. Inside this collector’s edition, a 15-page feature explores Tina’s love of painting mountain landscapes. Monod’s artist story “A Creative Adventure” may be found by flipping to page 246.

“Tina’s palette is brilliant, has a translucent feel and vibrancy, and often there are passages or patterns of similar colours that are close together on a colour wheel. Occasionally they form an odyssey into complementary colours. She is as adventurous in intensity as she is in her subjects, themes and innovative projects. Each day Tina designs at her computer, works in the studio, takes photos of nature and shares her creative process to Instagram and Facebook. She lives with gratitude and loves what she does.”
– Valerie Kent, Director, Cavan Arts Inc.

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 www.monodartdesign.ca

ARABELLA Inc.

ARABELLA Inc. is a Premier Canadian Art, Architecture and Design Magazine. They are located with a head office in St Andrews by the Sea, in New Brunswick. With a readership of 200,000+ this Canadian publication has a wide reach of subscribers throughout North America.

“Reading as Art – A Sumptuous Journey!”

To learn more please visit www.arabelladesign.com

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Artist Tina Monod featured in Arabella Canadian Art Architecture and Design Magazine 10th-Anniversary Issue – Page 246 – 2018

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Artist Tina Monod featured in Arabella Canadian Art Architecture and Design Magazine 10th-Anniversary Issue – Pages 246-247 – 2018

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