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art, landscape architecture, urban design

Welcome to Topos' DIY gallery and virtual exhibition space. The purpose of Tropos' shop is to make contemporary Canadian art and design accessible to the public. We believe in partnering with arts professionals who have a positive impact on society and the environment.



Thoughts on Drawing in Landscape and Art: The Island

In her recent work from Halls Island, artist Lesia Mokrycke describes the role drawing plays in her practice as an artist and in landscape architecture. To learn more about drawings featured in her online exhibition “The Island,” follow the link below or click on the purple box.

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Artist Book

To pre-order Lesia's artist book, please click the link below.


Video Distribution

For exhibition and distribution requests, get in touch at A member of the Tropos team will assist you in setting up an appointment.



  • contemporary photography

  • large-scale

  • installation





CFMU, Lesia's Interview with

Environmental Urbanist

Live October 25, 2022, with host Jason Allen



TVO, ‘Beautiful, monumental, and magnificent’: Meet Hamilton’s oldest trees”.

Published July 18, 2022, by Justin Chandler.


Spring, 2022

Our Forest, “Monument Trees”, by Lesia Mokrycke.

Published in Vol. 62 No. 2, Spring, 2022, pp. 6. Edited by Peter Kuitenbrouwer.



Downtown Sparrow, “What Coexisting with Urban Trees Can Teach Us About Our City”. 

Published Feb 12, 2022, by Lesia Mokrycke. Edited by From the Nest.



CBC Hamilton, “Meet the Woman Searching for the Oldest Trees in Hamilton”.

Published October 31, 2021, by Kathy Renwald.

Press & Publications

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