From the creator of the Canadian Screen Award Nominated Into The Arctic II film:
TWO FILMS from the wilds of Kluane National Park and Reserve.
Artist Cory Trépanier’s journey to the Yukon’s Kluane National Park & Reserve is a month of awe and wonder in 22,000 sq kilometers of raw Canadian wilderness. He skies and camps in the Icefield Ranges of Kluane at 10,000ft, part of the largest non-polar ice field on earth, and sets up his easel where few, if any, have ever done so before. Then it’s a punishing hike along the Donjek Route, canoeing on Mush and Bates Lakes, and rafting down the Alsek River to the glacier strewn Lowell Lake. Through it all, Cory pulls his easel from his pack, straps his canvas to it and captures dramatic landscapes that will leave you breathless.
FILM 1: FREE FILM ON YOUTUBE (20 minutes, created for Parks Canada)
FILM 2: FULL LENGTH FILM FOR DVD & TV (90 minutes)
One minute TrueWild : Kluane Teaser
A taste of the month-long journey in 60 seconds.
Don’t blink… you’ll miss something.
- “Logan”, (study), 16″ x 5″, oil on linen
Mount Logan, Canada’s highest mountain. Began on location at 10,000 ft elevation on the ice fields of Kluane National Park & Reserve, Yukon Canada. Cory’s study for his first 8-10 foot wide TrueWild Legacy painting.
- More TrueWild paintings
Cory’s Introduction to the TrueWild project. Shot on Dusty Glacier, Kluane National Park
July 2014 – Cory’s on TVO’s The Agenda, discussing the idea of “Bridging the Disconnect”: using his art and films to inspire others with some of the most remote and wild landscapes in Canada.
More media stories.
Cory takes a tour of the NEW Kluane National Park Visitor Centre in Haines Junction, Yukon in-between legs of his month-long TrueWild:Kluane expedition.