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 from serpentine and antler, this piece is incredibly striking, and would fit well in any home or collection!
Title: Man Fishing
Artist: Matto Michael
Size: 23.5" X 9" X 11"
Materials: Serpentine, antler
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
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...