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“In 1930, Group of Seven artist A.Y. Jackson was aboard the Beothic, a supply ship travelling to remote Arctic communities. Passing Cornwallis Island, he saw Cape Hotham jutting up at the ocean’s edge, and was moved to sketch this landscape. Eighty five years later, I too put pencil to paper while boating past with Inuit guide Randy Nungaq. The hues were more than my graphite could handle, and so this painting was born.” - Cory
The original painting is a part of the touring INTO THE ARCTIC Collection.
Includes an envelope and is individually wrapped in a biodegradable clear bag.
A set of 5 fine art cards featuring Trepanier paintings from one end of the coast to the other and Ontario. Cards open, allowing ample room for writing your message, and...
"Great Glacier" Coronation Glacier, Auyuittuq National Park, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada Card Size: 4"x 9"“At three kilometres wide, Coronation Glacier is a majestic display of icy peaks and crags in Baffin Island’s...
"Sam's Wall" Sam Ford Fiord, Baffin Island, North of Clyde River, Nunavut, Canada Card Size: 4"x 9" “At 180 kilometres away from the nearest Arctic community of Clyde River, and over 3,000...
"Glacierside" Henrietta Nesmith Glacier, Quttinirpaaq National Park, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada Card Size: 4"x 9" "Five days into my trip on Ellesmere Island, and I had yet to start a painting. Camping near...