Events and Exhibitions

June – August 2018 – Saskatoon, Canada

A Journey in Trees

This exhibition of mixed media paintings celebrates the realization of our natural world and its extraordinary beings – Trees.

Travel can make us much more aware of our surroundings. It makes us curious and maybe also wiser. While travelling, one thing that is evident in almost every corner of the planet is the existence of trees. They are living and sharing the earth with us, but also contributing to our existence. This exhibition celebrates their beauty, significance to our welfare and contribution to our world.

When I visit other countries I tend to seek out unique trees. But, coming home renews an appreciation for what we have in our own back yard. The unique trees here on the prairies remind me that this is a special place.This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is IMG-0074-735x1024.jpg



March 2016 – National Gallery, San Jose – Costa Rica

Climate Warriors

Two Artists – Gibrán Tabash & Linda Moskalyk

Two Countries – Costa Rica & Canada

One united issue.

Our earth is warming.

This is a man made problem.

We can all make a difference if we choose.

This exhibition focuses on conservation of forests for the mitigation of the climate.

 Recognizing that forests are the lungs of the planet can lead us to make changes that will slow or halt deforestation. The impact on climate through

activities such as agriculture, palm oil plantations, logging, and mining can all be reduced by our consumer choices and better land-use policies for forest protection.

 The exhibition gives a voice to artists as agents of change to move the climate conversation in a new direction. Forests are essential for our survival and will be our climate warriors!


Exhibition National Gallery


Exhibition National Gallery4


 February- July 2012    I had 3 exhibitions with the series “Portraits of Survivors” – The National Gallery in San  Jose Costa Rica, The Meewasin Gallery in Saskatoon Canada, and The Hague Gallery in Regina Canada.  I would like to thank all those who came and shared their interest and enthusiasm for conservation of forests through this art project.