This carving, of a polar bear cub following its mother, was carved by the talented Cape Dorset artist, Kooyoo Peter. This piece is fifteen inches long and eight inches tall, and made out of a dark-colored serpentine, making it an automatic eye-catcher. It would be...
This beluga whale, by artist Johnny Kilabuk, is crafted from a dark serpentine and is sculpted swimming happily through the sea. It would make the perfect gift for the ocean-lover at heart! Title: Beluga Artist: Johnny Kilabuk
Title: Bird Spirit (1998)Artist: Toonoo SharkyCommunity: Cape Dorset: This piece is easily identified as the sinuous artistry of this popular sculptor. Rich with layers of meaning, it is an impressive, contemplative figure. Size: 16½" tall; 11" wide; 4" deepMaterials: Serpentine, antlerPrice: $6,000.00
Building an Inukshuk/Igloo by Mary Oshutsiaq of Cape Dorset. Serpentine. A great little set of figures at task. The figures are each around 4" tall
Crafted around 1985, this sculpture is a simple bust of the Sea Goddes Sedna. The artist, Kaka Ashoona, is among the most recognizable in and outside of those informed about Inuit Art. His legacy is secure, his vision inspirational, and we are honored to be...
An amazing transformation piece called, “Composition,” Cape Dorset artist Purlalik Shaa outdid himself with this incredible sculpture. Featuring a goose, two walrus (with antler tusks!), a polar bear, and an eagle, all framing two human faces, this piece balances well on a large foot-like walrus...
Dancing Bear by Markusie Papikatuk
$ 175.00 - This item has been sold.
Dancing Polar Bear by Johnny Papigatuk of Cape Dorset, Nunavut. 4.75" tall
Dancing Polar Bear by Markusie Papigatuk, Cape Dorset, Nunavut 7" tall
Nuna Parr is known for his work carving dancing bears, and this piece is no exception to his mastery. Standing fourteen inches tall and carved from a bright green serpentine in the middle of a slow dance, this polar bear is hard to walk by...
Dancing Polar Bear by Abraham Simeonie, Cape Dorset, Nunavut 6.25" tall
This piece was made around 1997 by the late artist, Elijah Michael, from the Kimmirut community. It stands tall, at twenty and a half inches, and depicts an Inuit man standing and drumming, setting the rhythm of his dance with the drumbeat. We are honored...
Drum Dancing Bear by Etidloie Adla, Cape Dorset, Nunavut 6.75" tall
We haven’t only been calling this piece “The Big Eagle” because of its big, blocky features. With its large claws and sharp beak, it seems to stand authoritatively, demanding attention from anyone who passes by. Crafted by Cape Dorset artist, Kakee Ningeosiak, this eagle stands...
$ 80.00 - This item has been sold.
This piece was made by Annie Ainalik, of Cape Dorset. It is a beautiful piece of dark green serpentine, polished and etched on all sides with little pictures – vignettes, if you will. Standing just two inches tall, this piece is very charming and the...
Beautifully crafted from a soft, black soapstone, this sculpture of a falcon standing over a fish was made by the well-known artist Thomassie Tukai in the 1990s. The presence and power of this piece goes unsaid, yet, combined with the softness of the soapstone, this...
Falcon by Ashevak Qavavau, Cape Dorset, Nunavut 5.25" tall
Falcon by Kakee Peter of Cape Dorset Serpentine; 9" tall
Polar Bear Doing a Handstand by Tim Pee of Cape Dorset, Nunavut. This crazy bear is 6" tall.
This piece was made by Cape Dorset artist Mangituk Kellypalik around 1998. It is a sculpture of a hawk shaman, each side of the piece representing a spirit, and the entire piece representing those two spirits as they come together. Standing nineteen inches tall, this...
Inuit Man (Bust); artist unknown. A vintage piece just loaded with charm, this figure is about 3.25" tall. The material is Soapstone.
Loon by Ning Ashoona, Cape Dorset, Nunavut
We love loons! Loons are one of our favorite birds, and we love this interpretation of a loon standing onshore by Cape Dorset artist, Ningeosiak Ashoona. It stands five inches tall and nine inches long, and is made from a beautifully rich piece of serpentine...
This piece, a large sculpture standing 23.5” tall, was crafted by the talented Matto Michael of the Kimmirut community. Made in 1995, this fisherman has just pulled a fish out of the water and is looking towards the sky in appreciation of the gift. Carved...