Traveling mostly on foot, by raft or canoe, English artist Tony Foster paints landscapes in the remotest of areas often risking his life to bring awareness to climate change and wilderness destruction. He is the only artist to paint Mount Everest from all three sides and nearly died in the process. As an artist he is a bit of an outsider – as an environmentalist he offers a positive spin on activism. Award winning filmmaker David C. Schendel follows Tony into the wilderness to find his source of inspiration in this exotically beautiful and timely documentary.

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