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Painting Outdoors

Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Cory Trépanier

Cory’s adventurous and generous spirit shone brightly, and his legacy will forever continue in the hearts of all who knew him and his work.

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 44 – Cory Trépanier’s Journey Into the Arctic

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews Cory Trépanier, creator of the wildly successful exhibition “Into The Arctic”. From Trépanier’s four painting expeditions to the Canadian Arctic, during which he traversed 25,000 miles, the exhibition features over 50 oil paintings of stunning depth and quality, many of them ranging from 5 to 15 feet wide, accompanied by his Into The Arctic films, which have been broadcast globally. Following its premiere at the Embassy of Canada in Washington D.C. in January, the exhibition is touring museums across North America until 2020. Rhoads and Trépanier discuss all things plein air and “Into The Arctic” (http://www.intothearctic.ca).

EXHIBITION: Cory Trepanier’s Arctic Paintings

Small studies and enormous studio paintings of the Arctic region painted by Cory Trepanier are the subject of a traveling show now on view at the Dane G. Hansen Memorial Museum in Logan, Kansas.

Trepanier Is at 10,000 Feet Again, and the Footage Is Spectacular

Cory Trepanier, who is pushing conservation through painting via massive painting and media projects, has released another video of his extreme plein air painting...
Painting Outdoors

Painting the “Dwelling Place of the Gods”

Canadian artist and filmmaker Cory Trépanier has been exploring and painting Canada’s Arctic for over a decade. Experience the Arctic through his eyes in this preview of an upcoming exhibition (including captivating video footage from his adventures).

The Arctic in Tucson

The arctic has made its way to Arizona this month, but only in brilliant artistic form as Cory Trépanier’s “Into the Arctic” recently opened at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.

Parting Shot: Live from Japan!

It was just a few weeks ago that the magnetic story of Cory Trépanier and his project “Into the Arctic” was a topic of discussion in episode 44 of the PleinAir Podcast. Most recently he’s been seen on TV in Japan and teaching plein air.
Sketching en plein air

In the Footsteps of Moran and Adams

"Walking in the footsteps of Adams and Moran has been an artistic pilgrimage for me. One that has left me moved to find greater purpose in my own art in the years ahead."

A Step Closer to $15,000

In less than a month, one painter will receive $15,000 for a painting entered in the PleinAir Salon. Now that the final bimonthly contest is over, the contestants are set, and 19 more entries are eligible for the big prize, which will be announced at the Plein Air Convention & Expo (PACE) in San Diego, April 24-28.

Before You Go to the Top of the World…

- Bob Bahr reporting, Editor PleinAir Today - Cory Trépanier recently posted a YouTube video of his expedition to Aulavik National Park in the Arctic...

Artist Ignores Personal Danger, Pursues Land Conservancy at the Top of the World

More and more artists are working to help preserve open land, but few run the risk of death -- or at least a bad...

“Into the Arctic II”

View the trailer for “Into the Arctic II,” a film about plein air painter Cory Trepanier returning to paint the Canadian Arctic. The film...

America’s Parks Exhibition Begins Tour

Many subscribers to PleinAir entered the "America's Parks Through the Beauty of Art" competition, and several of them have paintings among those that will...
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