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Beautiful Destruction

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Mid Nov 2014

Rocky Mountain Books

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Louis Helbig

Originally from Williams Lake, BC, Louis Helbig’s background includes being on Canada’s national cross-country ski team, a degree from the London School of Economics and flying bush planes. He left Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs in 2006 to pursue art.

Another of Louis’ ongoing projects is Sunken Villages, about 15 Canadian and American communities that disappeared with the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway in 1958.

Louis’ work is held in public and private collections and published in major publications worldwide.

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