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Canadian Inuit art LINKS:
Walking Bears • Dancing Bears • Other Land Animals • Bird Sculptures
• Sea Life Sculptures • Human Figures • Transformation and Shaman Sculptures •
• Vintage Inuit Sculptures • Miscellaneous Sculpture • Special Focus •



Visions of the North

Opening Friday, November 25, 2016

     We invite you to open your hearts to a glimpse of the Far North as we celebrate the Holiday Season and the coming of winter. The kickoff to our holiday season is our Thanksgiving Show highlighting the jewelry of Alaskan native artist Dawn Wallace.  Dawn’s newest creations honor Mothers and Babies of the Arctic. 
     We'll also be unveiling new carvings and sculptures in stone, bone and walrus tusk from the Bering Strait in the West to Canada's Nunavut Territory in the East. Experience the amazing talents of Ojibwe basketmakers from Lake Huron and Acho Dene people in the Northwest Territories who combine the beauty of birch bark with porcupine quills to create unique vessels of great beauty.
      The indigenous people of our colder regions know how to exist closely with their natural surroundings; use this holiday season to share and celebrate Northern cultures through the artistic expressions of their people.

       Grant and Betsy Turner



  We are one of the largest dealers of Inuit Sculpture outside of Canada. Our family has been selling the arts and crafts created by these amazing people since 1949, and we continue to pick each piece personally and to import them into the United States before offering them here. What you find on these webpages are pieces selected from our current gallery inventory, at the same price that they are marked on our sales floor. You will find that our prices, shown in U.S. Dollars, reflect the current rate of exchange with the Canadian Dollar. 
     All original artwork (such as genuine Canadian Inuit Art) is exported from Canada without any taxes such as the Canadian G.S.T. (Goods and Service Tax), and there are no special duties or taxes incurred when we import these items into the United States - you are not paying for any extra fees by buying items already in the U.S. As well, we don't have to incur any other charges on international shipments when sending these items out of the U.S. You can be assured that all our inventory is legally imported, and that we comply with all international regulations regarding endangered wildlife. These are areas of concern for everyone - we are pleased to provide any more information you might need.
     We can offer many special services in this field, from custom orders to biography searches - just let us know. Our family of clients is huge, and we'd be glad to have you join us!
     A note on our photographs: if you would like to see photos of these items from different angles, or want a higher resolution image of one of these photos, please contact us and we will do what we can to help. The quality of images here is limited by download times and simplicity.
     We hope you enjoy our selection.
     Grant & Betsy Turner, Owners



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Long Ago & Far Away Gallery * Green Mountain Village Shops * 4963 Historic Main Street
P.O. Box 809 * Manchester Center, Vermont, U.S.A. * 05255-0809
E-mail  sales@LongAgoAndFarAway.com  * Toll Free 877-909-8794 * Phone 802-362-3435 * Fax 802-362-4956