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INTO THE ARCTIC Book (Pre-Order for pick up at Trepanier Originals Gallery in Caledon, Ontario)

INTO THE ARCTIC, hardcover coffee table book (Coming in Fall 2020)

PLEASE NOTE:
- Orders placed here will require in-person pick up at our Trepanier Originals Gallery
- Pick-up timing will generally coincide with our public gallery open dates
- Cory will be available to autograph/personalize your copy at that time

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By: Cory Trépanier
Foreword by: HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco
Essays by: Todd Wilkinson

 

With essays by Todd Wilkinson and commentaries by Billy Arnaquq; Manitoba Senator Patricia Bovey, FRSA, FCMA; Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario; Wade Davis; Robert Bateman; John Geiger; and others, this impressive volume highlights over a decade of awe-inspiring oil paintings of the Canadian Arctic by renowned landscape artist, Cory Trépanier.

With a backpack full of painting, filming and camping gear, Cory Trépanier traversed more than 60,000 kilometres through six Arctic national parks and 16 Arctic communities—and exploring many more places in between—in a biosphere so remote and untouched that most of its vast landscape had never been painted before.

Into the Arctic represents the most ambitious body of artwork ever dedicated to the Canadian Arctic. Featuring vivid and unforgettable imagery together with engaging essays that will inspire and educate, this collection enables readers to experience Cory’s evocative and authentic vision of a land that few have had the opportunity to even visit, let alone preserve on canvas. This is a place where remoteness no longer offers the protection it once did from an uncertain future that will impact us all.

Paintings by Cory Trépanier.

About the Author(s)

Todd Wilkinson is an American journalist and author. He is the founder of Mountain Journal, and his work has appeared in a wide variety of national publications, ranging from National Geographic and Christian Science Monitor to The Washington Post and many others (on topics of environment, art, culture and business) in-between. He is author of several books, including the critically-acclaimed Science Under Siege: The Politicians’ War on Nature and Truth and Last Stand: Ted Turner’s Quest to Save a Troubled Planet and Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek: An Intimate Portrait of 399, the Most Famous Bear of Greater Yellowstone. Todd lives in Bozeman, Montana, USA.

Cory Trépanier's art has been featured in media around the globe, and his film documentaries have been broadcast internationally. Canadian Geographic Magazine named Trépanier one of Canada's Top 100 Living Explorers. He is a fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society and a member of The Explorers Club, which presented him with its highest award, the Stefansson Medal. Through his unique vision, expressed through art, films, public speaking, and online media, Cory hopes to inspire others with our planet’s natural wonders. He lives in Caledon, Ontario.

Prince Albert II of Monaco has long been dedicated to the protection of the environment and focuses on fighting climate change, promoting renewable energy, combating the loss of biodiversity, and preserving water resources through his Prince Albert II Foundation. He has also participated in research expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic, thus becoming the first head of state to reach both poles. He is a member of the Ocean Elders group and serves on the Advisory Committee for Students on Ice.


Reviews

“Like some of the great figures in polar exploration history, Cory Trépanier combines the courage and adventurousness of an explorer with the exacting skill and powerful creative vision of an artist.” —John Geiger, chief executive officer, The Royal Canadian Geographical Society

“Cory Trépanier’s art is stunning. The pieces are absolutely incredible … It’s a wonderful showcase for the beauty of this country.” —Marci Ien, Canada AM

“An artist can encounter tough obstacles when putting brush to canvas. But plein air painter Cory Trépanier’s challenges rise to another level altogether. The resulting works are as immediate and breathtaking as nature itself.” —Audrey Overstreet, The Spokesman–Review

“The paintings have a historical feel. Looking at them, one’s mind drifts easily to the early artists who documented the unfolding colonial project across Canada’s southern reaches.” -Galleries West

“There’s something interesting about a man able to channel both the adrenaline rush of wilderness adventure and the patient focus of a representational painter.” – Galleries West





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