Sunday, August 23, 2015

Cory Trépanier - Beautiful Arctic Landscape Paintings Photos Films

I enjoy the beautiful Arctic landscape paintings, photos & films by Cory Trépanier.
He is a Canadian artist & film-maker who loves to explore.
Parks Canada is one of his sponsors.

On 18 August 2015, he boarded the One Ocean Expeditions ship, Akademik Sergey Vavilov, in the Arctic.
QUOTE: (dated 25 August 2015)
 leave the One Ocean Expeditions Akademik Sergey Valivov now… BUT I am boarding their other ship, the Akademik Ioffe to cruise through the Northwest Passage again, this time from west to east (did part of it after they picked me up on Aug 18)! Will then follow the outer coastline of Baffin Island all the way back to Iqaluit. Will be fantastic to add a few more paintings to the collection that I would now have been able to access without the team here. Will be flying to Ottawa from Iqaluit on Sept 5th or 6th, then making my way back to Caledon at last.

He calls this expedition ITA 2015 - ITA is short for "Into The Arctic".

His twitter has photos and links to more photos on    
His Instagram:
His Facebook page:
His websites have lots of info:

Pics - Paintings from Cory's "Into the Arctic" collection
If you move your mouse over a painting, info appears.
However, you can left-click on a painting and then go forward or backward thru larger pics of the paintings with the info appearing as a caption above the pic.

Info re Cory Trepanier's life & career

Maps showing his 3 Arctic expeditions - 2007, 2009 & 2015
The following article is a few years old now.
However, I really liked the way it is written & I enjoyed the pics.

Cory Trépanier’s Big Northern Dream
In The Hills magazine (online)
by Nicola Ross
Back Issues, Spring 2012
March 23, 2012
Into The Arctic Travelling Museum Exhibition - coming in 2017
& Video - Trailer - 2.49 minutes
You can watch the trailers for both of his Into the Arctic films on his website:

Info re his Into the Arctic films can also be found at the following webpages:

Into the Arctic: An Artist's Journey to the North    (2007)  -   47 minutes
Video - Trailer - 2.06 minutes

Into the Arctic II                                                          (2011)  -   85 minutes
Video - Trailer - 5.28 minutes

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