Made from a soft soapstone, this carving is of a mother bear swimming with her babies on her back. Carved by Pitsulak Pinguatuk, from Kangiqsujuaq, Nunavik, this is one of our favorite new pieces in the store. The bears all have tons of personality in their faces – they seem to be having a blast! We hope you like this carving as much as we do!
Title: Swimming Bear Family
Artist: Pitsulak Pinguatuk
Community: Kangiqsujuaq, Nunavik
Size: 11" long; 5" tall; 4" wide
Bear/Bear/Seal Compostion by Jordan Kelly of Kingait, Baffin Island, Canada A statuesque display of Arctic wildlife carved from one piece of Serpentine rock. 18" tall; 2 3/4" X 4 1/2"
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 Abe Simeonie from Cape Dorset This guy has style! The stone has a lot of wonderful colors. 8" tall; 5 1/4" X 4"