Ning Ashoona

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    Swan with Upreaching Beak in dark green serpentine

    Ning Ashoona

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    Swan with Upreaching Beak in dark green serpentine.

    Ning Ashoona is one of the few Inuit women carvers in Cape Dorset.   She started to carve at the age of 14 and carves a range of subjects, using both hand and power tools. She being highly diverse in the carvings she produces.   “I will carve until I can’t do it anymore, because I enjoy it.” 

    32 x 23 x 7 cm.

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    spirit loon double-headed serpentine carving
    spirit loon double-headed serpentine carving
    spirit loon double-headed serpentine carving

    Ning Ashoona

    Regular price $1,000.00
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    Spirit Loon

    20 x 14 x 10 cm

    Ning Ashoona is one of the few Inuit women carvers in Cape Dorset.   She started to carve at the age of 14 and carves a range of subjects, using both hand and power tools. She being highly diverse in the carvings she produces.   “I will carve until I can’t do it anymore, because I enjoy it.” 

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    pair of loons carving
    pair of loons carving

    Ning Ashoona

    Regular price $1,250.00
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    Pair of Loons Swimming Together

    Ning Ashoona is one of the few Inuit women carvers in Cape Dorset.   She started to carve at the age of 14 and carves a range of subjects, using both hand and power tools. She being highly diverse in the carvings she produces.   “I will carve until I can’t do it anymore, because I enjoy it.” 

    40 x 18 x 6 cm.

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    NingAshoona

    Ning Ashoona

    Regular price $1,100.00
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    Loon with Beak Outreached

    Ning Ashoona is one of the few Inuit women carvers in Cape Dorset.   She started to carve at the age of 14 and carves a range of subjects, using both hand and power tools. She being highly diverse in the carvings she produces.   “I will carve until I can’t do it anymore, because I enjoy it.” 

    14 x 16 x 7 cm.

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    Ning Ashoona is one of the few Inuit women carvers in Cape Dorset.  She started to carve at the age of 14. She learned how to carve from her father Qaqqa Ashoona and also by watching her mother Mayoreak. Her sister Siassie Kenneally and her cousins Annie Pootoogook and Shuvinai Ashoona are well known for their drawings. 

    When carving Ning uses both hand and power tools. The power tools allow her to speed up her production, requiring the hand tools to do fine work.  She carves a range of subjects being highly diverse in the carvings she produces.  

    This talented artist is known for her graceful loons, but she also enjoys carving seals and transformations. She says, “ I will carve until I can’t do it anymore, because I enjoy it.” 

    Ning’s work has been exhibited in galleries throughout Canada, and it continues to gain admirers with each passing year.