Over 50 powerful paintings of some of the most remote and wild corners of the Canadian arctic comprise a remarkable exhibition currently on view at the Embassy of Canada in Washington, D.C.
Extraordinary paintings by Cory Trépanier are currently on view in Washington, D.C. “Into the Arctic” is an exhibition featuring a number of works created during four extended expeditions to the far corners of the Canadian arctic — what locals call “The North.” Via the event webpage, “[Trépanier] traveled with Inuit, gaining first-hand knowledge from First Nation people. Confronting elements that included raging storms and ravenous hordes of mosquitoes, Trépanier’s motivation through it all was inspiration for canvas and film born of experience in locations unexperienced by the population at large.”
To learn more, visit Into the Arctic.
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