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Video

A selection of film and video by David McEown and Daisy Gilardini inspired by travels to the polar regions of the arctic and Antarctica as well as other wilderness ecosystems such as Katmai and the great bear rainforest. Many videos also in explore the creative process and challenges of painting and filming in sometimes extreme conditions. Canadian watercolour landscape artist, musician and traveler David McEown and his wife published award winning wildlife photographer Daisy Gilardini currently live in Vancouver, BC. 

Painting and photography in Svalbard, Norway.


Recent Videos clips and Time Lapse painting from Antarctica and the Falkland Islands 2017.

"Gold Harbour" , South Georgia watercolor time lapse by Canadian artist David McEown.
Time lapse video of watercolor "Cascade" , Mt Fitz Roy, Patagonia, Argentina by Canadian artist David McEown

ANTARCTICA DOCUMENTARY, SWISS FRENCH TELEVISION, TRANSLATED IN 4 LANGUAGES.

The documentary "Antarctica, My White Planet”
shot by the Swiss National Broadcast television RTS,
featuring the work of photographer Daisy Gilardini and artist David McEown
has been translated in English and can now be viewed on YouTube
https://youtu.be/5HvEagokJng


“Painting in the sub antarctic island of South Georgia is truly incomparable. Canadian artist David McEown paints in watercolour the stark remoteness and vast glaciated peaks rising out of an unforgiving icy ocean that is home to unbelievably numerous and curious species of wildlife. Imagine trying to interpret over 200,000 breading pairs of King Penguins on paper while comprehending the heroic journeys that Shackleton and his men made over a century ago.

Painting and filming the grizzly bears and the dynamic ecosystem of Katmai National Park, Alaska. Canadian artist David McEown and a photography group with experienced guide camped on location for 10 days at Hallo Bay , in order to witness the complex behavior of the wildlife immersed in and so interconnected with the landscape.

Canadian landscape watercolorist paints on location in Denali National Park, Alaska,

The Sockeye Salmon "Run of the Century" in 2010, is witnessed and painted by Canadian watercolour artist David McEown. Time lapse footage shows the challenging process of capturing the complexity of the colourful salmon below the rivers surface.