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March 27, 2011
CORY SPEAKING AT MCMICHAEL CANADIAN ART COLLECTION
Get a taste of our incredible Canadian Arctic through artist Cory Trepanier’s extensive northern painting journeys.
A resident of Caledon for almost 30 years, Cory will be sharing a few stories from his northern painting excursions. He will also be showing a sneak peek from some of his upcoming 90minute film: Into The Arctic II, which airs this fall and will also be screened in selected theatres. Peruse one of his large works in progress along with some smaller works begun in the field from the developing Into The Arctic Collection of 50 oil paintings. Probe Cory with art questions. Pick up an autographed DVD of one of his films. And, of course, enjoy the McMichael Canadian Art Collection as well. Cory will be in the gallery's Grand Hall before and after his talk in the theatre that begins at 1:30pm. Bring a friend out for an inspiring afternoon!

LOCATION: McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 10365 Islington Avenue, Kleinburg, Ontario L0J 1C0
TIME: 12 pm to 4pm. Theatre presentation begins at 1:30pm
Feb, 2009
"INTO THE ARCTIC FILM ON BIG SCREEN AT EMPIRE THEATRE IN BOLTON

7:30pm show SOLD OUT. 8:45 pm show added
"Into the Arctic" is a compelling story about Cory's first leg of his multi-year quest to explore and paint the dramatic wilderness of the Canadian Arctic. With his family, Cory journeys across Canada, trekking past the end of the road until reaching breathtaking canyons. With a tent for a home, they battle challenging weather as Cory captures the arctic landscape on canvas. Summer turns to fall as the artist explores and paints some of the most ancient mountains in North America."
Presented by Bolton Merchant Association in support of Family Transition Place

Click here to watch the film trailer.
October, 2005
CORY FEATURED IN CALEDON LIVING MAGAZINE
Cory’s recent paintings and writing were featured in Caledon Living magazine, gracing 4 pages of this fine publication. The magazine features the people, places and things that makes Caledon so wonderful. 30,000 copies are printed quarterly and and distributed throughout Caledon, Toronto and across Canada in Chapers/Indigo stores.

The opening page was a written by the editor, with the balance of the articlesbeing the stories penned by Cory to accompany each painting.
Oct 29, 2005
CORY SPEAKING AT MCMICHAEL
Cory has been invited to speak at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg this fall. Because of his unique perspectives as an artist who immerses himself into the landscapes that he paints, Cory has been invited to share his perspectives as an "Arist in the Wilderness".

Date and Time:
Saturday October 29th at 1:30pm.
Reservation recommended.
Find out more about the McMIchael by clicking here.
McMichael
June 4-6, 2004
COAST TO CANVAS EXHIBITION TOUR LAUNCH, Dufferin County Museum
Thank you to all involved in our Exhibition Tour launch at the Dufferin County Museum and Archives in Dufferin County. It was a great evening with fabulous food, wine and the wonderful atmosphere of the museum, and of course, the original oil paintings of Cory Trepanier. If you couldn't make the opening weekend, there is still time to take it in as the exhibition runs until July 11 before moving on to Thunder Bay. Find more details by clicking here.
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Sept. 21, 2003
Unveiling of Cory's "Humber Morning" and Poster Launch at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection

The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority commissioned Cory to create a painting of the Humber River for to promote and celebrate this important Canadian Heritage River. Read about the officcial unveiling and find out more about the project.
The Humber Launch
June, 2003
IN THE HILLS magazine feature

A story featuring Cory's art and the COAST To CANVAS Project was published in the Summer issue of IN THE HILLS magazine. A detail from Cory's painting "Cold Comfort" was also used for this issues cover. Approximately 35,000 copies of this beautiful quarterly oversized publication are distributed throughout Caledon's Heawaters region (in Ontario). You can read the complete article by clicking here.
In The Hills
Oct & Nov 2002
CBC Television Features Cory Trepanier and The COAST TO CANVAS Project.

CBC aired a segment featuring Cory and his latest project on two of their networks. For a couple of days during the summer leg of the project (August 2002), a CBC crew flew in from Winnipeg to do a story about Cory, his paintings, and his family's adventures along the Great Lakes Heritage Coast. For those who missed it, click here to view the segment.
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CBC Filming
Cory getting ready to head out during CBC's filming
Nov. 23, 2000
"THE LIVING COAST" Commission Unveiled

Nov. 23, 2000, Bushplane Museum, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Cory's recently completed oil painting depicting the Great Lakes Heritage Coast was unveiled today as one of the newest products being used in the promotion of the region. For more details and photos about the piece and trip that inspired it, click below.
Great Lakes Heritage Coast


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