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Artist Cory Trépanier’s month-long expeditions to explore, paint, film and share some of Canada’s grandest wilderness National Parks.


03,24,2014-Ottawa,ParksCanMarch 24, 2014- Cory sharing his TrueWild:Kluane experience at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa at 8pm. Click for more details.

latest_photos_05,v2See the latest photos from the TrueWild:Kluane expedition

Chapter One



Cory’s BACK from his month-long expedition to paint the Yukon’s Kluane National Park and Reserve.

He skiied in front of Mount Logan, Canada’s highest peak, hiked along the Donjek Route, canoed on Mush and Bates Lakes, rafted the Alsek River to Lowell Lake and Lowell Glacier. Now he’s back in the studio, filled with fresh inspiration to complete new paintings begun in the field, footage for a new video journals and a new film, and stories to share from this spectacular land. Visit back regularly for new content as the project unfolds.


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Cory gets a real taste of the Yukon mountains while painting and camping at 10,000 feet in the ice fields of Kluane National Park & Reserve. He even sets up his easel in a  place he never has before… and its not in the snow!

Intro video, in Canada’s Yukon on the upper end of Dusty Glacier in the Kluane National Park ice fields.

One minute teaser video from Cory’s TrueWild: Kluane expedition.

March 24, 2014- Cory visits CTV’s Morning Live in Ottawa to talk  about his TrueWild:Kluane painting expedition and evening talk at the Canadian Museum of Nature.
More media stories.

“How NOT To Paint An Iceberg”, one of many highlights from Cory’s TrueWild: Kluane expedition.