Canvas Giclée, Framed
Solitary Tor, Ivvavik National Park, Yukon, Canada
“Hiking the ancient mountains near the Firth River in Ivvavik National Park, I felt like I was transported back in time. Past each ridge lay another epic view of a vast, beautiful and untouched landscape. When the winds would die down, I heard a silence like I've never known. To top it off, breaking the horizon here and there were incredible tors, ridges of rock breaking out of the ground like the back of a dinosaur. It’s as though they overlooked the land as its keepers. As I worked on this piece, with the howling winds and rain testing my tarp, the sun broke out for mere moments to catch the arctic sentinel before me. It became the highlight of my journey.” - Cory
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All of our canvas reproductions are framed with premium wood mouldings from Fotiou.
CAPE HOTHAMCanvas Giclée, FramedCornwallis Island, Nunavut, Canada “In 1930, Group of Seven artist A.Y. Jackson was aboard the Beothic, a supply ship travelling to remote Arctic communities. Passing Cornwallis Island,...
SUNDOWN ON WILBERFORCECanvas Giclée, FramedWilberforce Falls, Hood River, West of Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut, Canada “One of the highest waterfalls above the Arctic Circle, Wilberforce is a hidden gem that transforms...
LOOKING DOWNCanvas Giclée, FramedHoge Pass, Kluane National Park, Yukon, Canada “A rugged hike along Kluane National Park’s Donjek Route led to the apex of Hoge Pass where two spectacular evenings...
WINTER BLUESCanvas Giclée, FramedCaledon, Ontario, Canada “Winter is a wonderful season in Caledon. The snow has a magical way of transforming the landscape, creating a whole new palette compared to...