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  • opinions on my 2 different mediums

    The top one is a 36x48 oil over textured underpainting on canvas-"Guidance- Out Of the Woods" The second one is 20x16 mixed media on watercolor paper-"Opposing Points Of View" Going with the notion of branding- unsure which way to go. Would love some opinions. kimjonesfineart.com
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by k.jones on 22 Aug 2014
  • Brice Marden and his technique using Beeswax.

    Hi All, One of my favorite artists is Brice Marden, and I really want to try his technique of combining beeswax and colour pigment but I'm not sure where to start? If anyone has tried this technique I would really appreciate any advise you could give me. Thanks Leanne
    Posted to Art Technical Q & A by LeanneMorril on 2 Apr 2014
  • Re: Oil painting on paper

    Good sound !!!
    Posted to Art Technical Q & A by emilytaylor on 25 Dec 2012
  • Unknown Panting

    Can anyone tell me anything about this painting and identify the author?
    Posted to Community Help by Louie73 on 20 Sep 2012
  • Yesterday portrait done in 1 and a half hour

    Yesterday portrait done in 1 and a half hour. The medium is oil on a watercolour paper. I will appreciate any comments.
    Posted to Portraiture by ivo55 on 7 Aug 2012
  • Bridge

    encaustic
    Posted to Member Gallery by vargamari on 16 Nov 2011
    Filed under: paintings, symbolism, ENCAUSTIC, vargamari, personal
  • "Firth Light", the latest INTO THE ARCTIC Project oil painting by Cory Trepanier

    Firth Light", 12" x 7.5", oil on linen The Firth River, Ivvavik National Park, in the northwest corner of the Yukon, Canada. A stunning piece of wilderness that I was fortunate to set up my easel in. This place is at the junction of the of where Canada meets the US meeets teh arctic ocean...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Cory Trepanier on 12 Mar 2010
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  • "In The Light", oil on canvas, 38" x 16", by Cory Trepanier

    Here's my latest painting, just completed a couple of days ago. It's called "In The Light" and it's from a trip to Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, Canada. Private Collection. See more of my fine art here: www.trepanieroriginals.com Explore my current "Into The Arctic"...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Cory Trepanier on 12 Sep 2009
    Filed under: landscape, mountains, art, oil, canvas, nature, painting, Family, landscapes, Canada, outdoor, park, ontario, artist, paintings, outdoors, north, climate, arctic, ice, rugged, wilderness, painter, inuit, hiking, glacier, extreme, canoeing, adventure, into, Cory, Canadian, Trepanier, exploration, travel, environment, camping, polar, explore, parks, Georgian Bay, Caledon
  • "Grown Over", oil on linen, 12" x 7.25", by Cory Trepanier

    "A couple of springs ago, my daughter Andie and I headed out for a little mini adventure: a paddle down the Humber River from Bolton to Kleinburg. To make it more of an outing, we brought our camping gear and pitched our tent at one of the many bends along the waterway. It was great father-daughter...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Cory Trepanier on 7 Sep 2009
    Filed under: landscape, mountains, art, oil, canvas, nature, painting, Family, landscapes, Canada, outdoor, park, artist, paintings, outdoors, north, climate, arctic, ice, rugged, wilderness, painter, inuit, hiking, glacier, extreme, canoeing, adventure, into, Cory, Canadian, Trepanier, exploration, travel, environment, camping, polar, explore, parks, Georgian Bay
  • "Mount Thor", 9 feet x 5 feet, oil on linen, by Cory Trepanier

    Exploring Baffin Island, in Nunavut Canada, on a month-long painting trek led my my largest painting to date: "Mount Thor". I camped in front of Mount Thor for a few days after hiking in 25kms with all my gear and starting a smaller study. Mount Thor is the highest sheer rock face in the world...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Cory Trepanier on 1 Sep 2009
    Filed under: landscape, mountains, art, oil, canvas, nature, painting, Family, landscapes, Canada, outdoor, park, artist, paintings, outdoors, north, climate, arctic, ice, God, fiord, rugged, wilderness, painter, inuit, hiking, glacier, extreme, canoeing, adventure, into, Cory, Canadian, Trepanier, exploration, travel, environment, camping, polar, explore, parks
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