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    Anna Williams She Wolves in double. Two She Wolves in a back-to-back embrace. Individual cast bronze sculpture, approx. 7" x 4" x 3".
    She Wolves in double. Two She Wolves in a back-to-back embrace. Individual cast bronze sculpture, approx. 7" x 4" x 3".
    She Wolves in double. Two She Wolves in a back-to-back embrace. Individual cast bronze sculpture, approx. 7" x 4" x 3".

    Anna Williams

    Regular price $1,800.00
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    She Wolves in double. Two She Wolves in a back-to-back embrace. Individual cast bronze sculpture, approx. 7" x 4" x 3".

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    Anna Williams She Wolves in double. Two She Wolves lying face-to-face. Individual cast bronze sculpture, approx. 7" x 4" x 3".
    Anna Williams She Wolves in double. Two She Wolves lying face-to-face. Individual cast bronze sculpture, approx. 7" x 4" x 3".
    Anna Williams She Wolves in double. Two She Wolves lying face-to-face. Individual cast bronze sculpture, approx. 7" x 4" x 3".

    Anna Williams

    Regular price $1,800.00
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    She Wolves in double. Two She Wolves lying face-to-face. Individual cast bronze sculpture, approx. 7" x 4" x 3".

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    Lisa Creskey Bowl with Horse. Multi-fired porcelain with streaks of gold lustre. The sculpted head of the horse emerges from the bowl's interior. Surrounded fully with elements of landscapes, the exterior shows a red covered bridge.  6x12x14cm

    Lisa Creskey

    Regular price $90.00
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    Bowl with Horse. Multi-fired porcelain bowl with streaks of gold lustre. The sculpted head of the horse emerges from the bowl's interior. Surrounded fully with elements of landscapes, the exterior pictures a red covered bridge.

    6x12x14cm

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    Barn swallow head
    Lisa Creskey
    Lisa Creskey
    Lisa Creskey

    Lisa Creskey

    Regular price $300.00
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    Barn-swallow head wall sculpture - fine multifired porcelain sculpture with carving, glaze painting and gold lustre. 

    12 x 17 x 25 cm

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    Barn-swallow vase - fine multifired small porcelain bowl with carving, glaze painting and gold lustre.
    Barn-swallow vase - fine multifired small porcelain bowl with carving, glaze painting and gold lustre.
    Barn-swallow vase - fine multifired small porcelain bowl with carving, glaze painting and gold lustre.
    Barn-swallow vase - fine multifired small porcelain bowl with carving, glaze painting and gold lustre.

    Lisa Creskey

    Regular price $160.00
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    Barn-swallow vase - fine multifired small porcelain bowl with carving, glaze painting and gold lustre. 

    6.5 x 15 x 15.5 cm

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    Lisa Creskey
    Lisa Creskey
    Lisa Creskey

    Lisa Creskey

    Regular price $90.00
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    Small Canadian Horse sculptures in earthenware with gold-lustered ears.

    9.5 x 3 x 12 cm

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    Lisa Creskey

    Lisa Creskey

    Regular price $110.00
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    Swallow multi-fired gold-lustered porcelain sculpture.

    6.5 x 8.5 x 12 cm

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    Lisa Creskey
    Lisa Creskey

    Lisa Creskey

    Regular price $150.00
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    Sirin Swallow Figure, multi-fired gold-lustered porcelain sculpture in a size small.

    7 x 13.5 x 7 cm

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    Small sculpture by Lisa Creskey

    Lisa Creskey

    Regular price $200.00
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    Sirin Swallow multi-fired gold-lustered porcelain sculpture in a size medium.

    11 x 15 x 5 cm

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    fleeting nerves ring sculpture
    Caleb Witvoet

    Caleb Witvoet

    Regular price $360.00
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    Fleeting Nerves from The Knuckle Dusters ring sculptures series.

    Maple and steel, 9 x 8 x 1 cm, 2021.

    "The knuckle dusters are offensive, good in a fight but can be uncomfortable to wear either by restricting movement or by posturing the hand. Each one is named in the style of rock and pop love songs because the fight is really about being loved as one’s self. [...]There is no proper way to wear the knuckle dusters, actually they need not be worn at all. The little structures stand on their own."

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    Swan with Upreaching Beak in dark green serpentine

    Ning Ashoona

    Regular price $1,200.00
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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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    Toonoo Sharky
    Toonoo Sharky
    Toonoo Sharky
    Toonoo Sharky
    Toonoo Sharky
    Toonoo Sharky
    Toonoo Sharky

    Toonoo Sharky

    Regular price $10,200.00
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    Bird, a large expressive serpentine caving by Toonoo Sharky.  “When I’m starting on a piece of stone, I like to slowly work on the piece until the shape starts forming into a shape I can recognize. Sometimes, I just go by the shape of the stone. My favourite subjects are bird figures with human faces - Toonoo Sharky

    20 x 44 x 18 cm

    Influenced by grandfather Kopapik Ragee and Shorty Killiktee, Toonoo`s first carving was at the age of ten and he has been carving ever since in serpentine and marble stone. Toonoo is the son of the late carver, Josephee Sharky and Ragee Killiktee. 

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    Kelly Etidloie
    Kelly Etidloie

    Kelly Etidloie

    Regular price $1,065.00
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    Bird Preening with Chick Under Outspread Wings

    14 x 24 x 12  cm.   

    Kellypalik Etidloie (1966) is the son of the well-known Cape Dorset artists Etidloie, his father, a carver, and Kingmeata his mother, a graphic artist.  Since the 1980s Kelly has been using mainly power tools.  The grinder for roughing out the piece and the dremel for finishing and the details of his sculptures.  These power tools have replaced the axe and chisel.  Kelly does all the fine works of his wing details and musk ox hair with the dremel tool.  Sanding is done by hand, Kelly works with finer grit sandpaper for his polished look.

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    Serpentine carving
    Serpentine carving
    Kiviok Asking for Wind
    Kiviok Asking for Wind

    Uriash Puqiqnak

    Regular price $2,990.00
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    Kiviok Asking for Wind

     Uriash Puqiqnak, born in an igloo made of snow in Ukkusiksalik. had never seen a house until he came  to Uqsuqtuuqin (Gjoa Haven). "We went hungry in 1957 because there was no food. We were travelling from Ukkusiksalik to Uqsuqtuuq area for survival. Because of hunger, we were walking in the blizzard, a harsh snowstorm..... For Inuit, survival is the most important thing in life. Without outside help, our parents survived and knew the techniques of survival in their immediate environment. My parent, my mother, from what I remember, would fish all night long so that her children will have food to eat. She worked so hard so that we can survive, so that we will not die of starvation or have clothing for us.... We have risen because of the hard work of our ancestors. We should not forget Inuit culture and tradition and their way of survival, wisdom, desire.

    32 x 16 x 18 cm.

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    Dual-sided face serpentine carving
    Dual-sided face serpentine carving
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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
    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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    Samonie Shaa

    Regular price $6,100.00
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    Two-Way Bear  -  A large Dancing Bear that has two dramatically different positions. 

    A young carver (born 1995), Samonie Shaa began to learn carving at nine years of age from his grandfather and father in Cape Dorset.   

    Measures 40 x 48 x 26 cm.

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    Medium Sheep - medium small ceramic sculptures. Erin is well-known for her textured glaze combination for the sheep's fleece.
    Medium Sheep - medium small ceramic sculptures. Erin is well-known for her textured glaze combination for the sheep's fleece.
    Medium Sheep - medium small ceramic sculptures. Erin is well-known for her textured glaze combination for the sheep's fleece.

    Erin Robertson

    Regular price $250.00
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    Medium Sheep - medium small ceramic sculptures. Erin is well-known for her textured glaze combination for the sheep's fleece. 

    Measures approx. 15-17cm in length.

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    Ceramic landscape mug

    Juliana Rempel

    Regular price $58.00
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    Ceramic landscape mugs reminiscent of the prairies are delicately rendered and richly tactile.

    Measures approx. 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5"

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    Juliana Rempel

    Juliana Rempel

    Regular price $275.00
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    Tall ceramic vessel featuring a stunning landscape. 

    Measures approx.11 x 4.5 x 4.5"

    This item is part of a larger set

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    Juliana Rempel

    Juliana Rempel

    Regular price $250.00
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    A prairie landscape with fine attention to detail surround these porcelain vessels. The earthy base is raw whereas the sky glows with the reflective glaze. 

    Vessel on the right measures approx. 8.25 x 5 x 5".

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    Sheep sculpture in medium
    Erin Robertson
    Textured ceramic sheep sculpture

    Erin Robertson

    Regular price $300.00
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    Medium Sheep. Erin Robertson creates her own glazes for her remarkably textured ceramic sculptures.  

    Measures approx. 20 x 18 x 7 cm

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