Into The Arctic Expeditions
Spanning 1.5 million square kilometres, the Canadian Arctic is a land of extremes. To capture the breadth of this region, Cory Trépanier has undertaken numerous expeditions to paint the furthest reaches of the North.
With a pack full of painting, filming, and camping gear, he traversed over 60,000 kilometres, through 6 Arctic National Parks and 16 Arctic communities, and explored many more places in between. He travelled by plane, helicopter, ship, boat, canoe, and on foot, often stripping back day-to-day accoutrements to the basics of hiking boots, food, and a tent, in order to immerse himself in his subject.
Explore the expedition stories, photos and video journals, learn more about Trépanier’s journeys through this wild region of our planet.