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Hudson Bay Lowlands with Richard Holden

Photographer Richard Holden travels north through Manitoba to the Hudson Bay Lowlands. While he is setting up a shot, he offers his personal insights into photography and what he is trying to capture. The real challenge, as a photographer, is to give some sense that the world is a continuous plac...

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Cumberland Delta with Landon Mackenzie

This episode visits the Cumberland Delta with painter, Landon Mackenzie. She explains that she is interested in this landscape on so many levels: historically, geographically and in terms of what we are doing as humans, how we live with it, how we live with the planet. This trip to the delta is a...

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Deer Group Islands with Donald Lawrence

One of Donald Lawrence's favorite places is Diana Island of the Deer Group of Islands on the west coast of British Columbia. He is on an aquatic camping trip visiting different landscapes. He started by painting landscapes then moved to installation pieces depicting different ocean-side settings....

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Autumn with Reinhard Reitzenstein

This episode travels to the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Preserve to meet up with sculptor Reinhard Reitzenstein. He explains that everything he does has proportional relations relative to the body. He explains his history and his growing interest in the environment. His work has moved through ...

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Land of the Little Sticks with Greg Hardy

This episode follows Greg Hardy on the tundra in the Land of the Little Sticks in the Northwest Territories. He gets an overall feel of the landscape by doing some initial sketches. The initial drawings become a memory of his feelings so that it can be transferred to the canvas when he is in the ...

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The Forest with Peter Von Tiesenhausen

Peter von Tiesenhausen does not consider himself to be an eco-artist, a land artist or an abstract artist, yet he is all of them by working with whatever comes to mind. In this episode, he constructs various projects using different materials and original techniques. Along the way, he shares his ...

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Waterton Lakes National Park with Tom Willock

This episode visits photographer Tom Willock at his family cabin in Waterton Lakes National Park. For many years, he photographed this place in both winter and summer. His interest is in looking at a landscape complete with its flora and fauna and seeing it as an integrated whole.

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Great Bear Rainforest with Diana Lynn Thompson

Diana Lynn Thompson explains the importance of making people feel at home and connected with the land that they come from. A recurring theme in her work is ephemerality. She attempts to express this by showing the fragility of things. She is interested in doing art that does no harm.

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Southern Manitoba Prairie with Colleen Cutschall

This episode joins painter and installation artist, Colleen Cutschall, as she explores the southern Manitoba Prairie. She explains that the goal of her current work is to raise a tipi with a liner that expresses an earthly reflection of the cosmos. She explains that since age 14, she knew she wan...

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Pocket Desert with Richard Prince

In the Pocket Desert, just outside of Osoyoos in southern British Columbia, this episode joins sculptor Richard Prince. He explains how he sees the landscape as if it is something that has been intentionally sculpted. He also shares some of his existential philosophy and how it relates to his int...

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Northwest Angle with Tim Schouten

This episode joins Tim Schouten, a painter from Winnipeg, at the Northwest Angle of the Lake of the Woods to do some painting. His current project is called the Treaty Suites where he paints the landscape of different treaty territories. We watch as he surveys the land and makes a sketch, trying ...

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Birch Forest with Sally Milne

Sally Milne who is a birch bark biter. She wanders through the forest gathering just the right kind of bark to use in her works. She explains the origin of birch biting and its importance to the people. From gathering from the tree and the peeling of layers, every step is intricate and teaches th...

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Naikoon Provincial Park with Shirley Wiebe

This episode joins installation artist Shirley Wiebe at Naikoon Provincial Park on Haida Gwai just off the coast of British Columbia. She explains how her work with different materials evolved from clay to ceramic, then on to wood and other found materials.

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Peace Athabasca Delta with Doug Haynes

Painter Doug explains his ever-developing inspiration. He explains his technique of starting with what he sees of the landscape, then exaggerating it. Back in the studio, the viewer sees how the landscape he sketched subtly plays into the abstract images he paints.

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Frenchman River Valley with Susan Shantz

This episode follows Susan Shantz as she ventures into the Frenchman River Valley. As she works on a new piece, she explains her original steps into the art world. Looking at some of her finished work, she explains the evolution of her work and what inspires her to use different materials so that...

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