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Experience the splendour of Lake Superior and Georgian Bay through Cory's eyes, art and narration as he explores and paints the Great Lakes Heritage Coast. Through 4 seasonal, month-long excursions, the artist journeyed with his family in this magnificent wilderness. Now you can share the adventure, beautiful scenery, gain insight into the creative process, and be inspired by our magnificent lands.
SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDED:
- The COAST To CANVAS Exhibition Tour Featurette
- The COAST To CANVAS Collection Gallery of Paintings
Length: 43 minutes
Visit the Coast To Canvas project website
For home viewing.
SCHOOL (K-12) & INSTITUTIONAL USAGE
Cory Trepanier's films have been lauded for their educational value, engaging viewers with Canada's geographical wonders, rich natural heritage, historical encounters, the artist's creative process and much more.
We are pleased to offer our films for Educational and Institutional usage in Libraries, Universities/ Colleges, Public and Private Schools and Galleries.
The DVD's include Public Performance Rights (PPR) that allow non-theatrical screenings for educational purposes (ie: classrooms). No admission can be charged, screenings may not be open to the public and screening may not be used as fundraisers.
Artist Cory Trépanier straps an easel to his back and steps into the Yukon wild for a month to explore Kluane National Park & Reserve’s untamed beauty on canvas. Feel...
Nominated for 2013 Canadian Screen Award (Best Performing Arts/Arts Documentary) For years, artist Cory Trepanier has explored some of the most wild places in Canada. Few have walked in these...
"Into The Arctic" is the dramatic story of artist Cory Trépanier's first leg of his multi-year quest to explore and paint the vast wilderness of the Canadian Arctic. Cory and...
PERSONAL USE (Digital Download) Nominated for 2013 Canadian Screen Award (Best Performing Arts/Arts Documentary) For years, artist Cory Trepanier has explored some of the most wild places in Canada. Few...