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Into the Arctic II (2011)

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For years, artist Cory Trepanier has explored and painted some of the most wild places in Canada. Few have walked into these landscapes. Even fewer have captured them on canvas. Now, he's ... See full summary »

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Cory Trepanier

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Cory Trepanier
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Cory Trepanier ... Himself - Host
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For years, artist Cory Trepanier has explored and painted some of the most wild places in Canada. Few have walked into these landscapes. Even fewer have captured them on canvas. Now, he's going further. Into a breathtaking Arctic wilderness to experience and paint a land that might never be the same again. Into The Arctic. Three months of filming. A dozen arctic locations, many which have never painted or filmed before. Join Cory as he brings his fresh perspective to the hidden treasures at the top of the world. Experience the majesty of the north through stunning cinematography and the dramatic experiences of a passionate artist. Take a journey of adventure and discovery... deep Into The Arctic. Written by Cory Trepanier

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Canada

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English

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1 September 2011 (Canada) See more »

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CAD 100,000 (estimated)
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Campside Productions See more »
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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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A timely artist
28 February 2013 | by Dan McCoySee all my reviews

Timeliness seems to be one of the most important ingredients in this enterprise of physically traveling to the Arctic and capturing it on canvas. Cory's art, and the way he does his art, is the art itself. It's exciting because we live vicariously through him as he canoes along an isolated Arctic river, or braves the elements as he searches for shelter. And his meticulous artistic attention in the paintings themselves reveal his passion for the untouched Canadian north. His artworks often express the other-worldly atmosphere found naturally in the far north; many vistas have an almost Tolkien-esque effect, with odd formations of fog, stone, and ice. Cory not only represents the best of Canada, but is also an ambassador for the entire planet, as he uniquely shares with all of us his love of the natural beauty found in our rapidly changing Arctic. Bravo!


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