Arctic and American Indian arts for the 21st century

The Kennebunkport gallery is now open every day except Thursday, 11 AM to 5 PM Eastern time. The online gallery is open 24/7. Scroll through our latest additions below, or click here to see more new work!

  • Tim Shay seated woman
    Tim-Shay-Maiden-ME00417-2
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    Tim Shay Seated Woman

    Premium|Sculpture

    $300.00
  • Gal Frey Point Basket
    Gal Frey Point Basket
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    Gal Frey Point Basket

    Baskets

    $650.00
  • Tim Shay bear
    Tim Shay bear
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    Tim Shay Bear

    Premium|Sculpture

    $200.00
  • Mosesie Pootoogook Playing Bears
    Mosesie Pootoogook Playing Bears
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    Mosesie Pootoogook Playing Bears

    Inuit Sculpture

    $260.00
  • Kelly Etidloie Bird
    Kelly Etidloie Bird
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    Kelly Etidloie Bird

    Inuit Sculpture

    $180.00
  • Allen Shiutiapik Bear
    Allen Shiutiapik Bear
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    Allen Shiutiapik Bear

    Inuit Sculpture

    $475.00
  • Ohito Ashoona Bear
    Ohito Ashoona Bear
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    Ohito Ashoona Bear

    Inuit Sculpture

    $440.00
  • Ohito Ashoona muskox
    Ohito Ashoona muskox
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    Ohito Ashoona Muskox

    Inuit Sculpture

    $400.00
  • Jimmy Iqaluq loon
    Jimmy Iqaluq loon
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    Jimmy Iqaluq Loon

    Inuit Sculpture

    $725.00
  • Ohito Ashoona bear
    Ohito Ashoona bear
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    Ohito Ashoona Bear

    Inuit Sculpture

    $650.00
  • Egeesiak Shoo transformation
    Egeesiak Shoo transformation
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    Egeesiak Shoo Transformation

    Inuit Sculpture

    $625.00
  • Susie Silook Qavaanguq
    Susie Silook Qavaanguq
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    Susie Silook: Qavaanguq

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    $14,000.00
  • Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon
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    Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon

    Inuit Sculpture

    $150.00
  • Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon
    Ningeosiak-Ashoona-Loon-IS01482-3
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    Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon

    Inuit Sculpture

    $475.00
  • Bobby Nokalak Drummer
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    Bobby Nokalak Drummer

    Inuit Sculpture

    $895.00
  • Bobby Nokalak Caribou Wolf tableau
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    Bobby Nokalak Caribou and Wolf

    Inuit Sculpture

    $625.00
  • Pudlalik Shaa drummer
    Pudlalik Shaa drummer
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    Pudlalik Shaa Drummer

    Inuit Sculpture

    $725.00
  • Noah Kelly Bear
    Noah Kelly Bear
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    Noah Kelly Bear

    Inuit Sculpture

    $1,650.00
  • Johnny Kilabuk swimming walrus
    Johnny Kilabuk swimming walrus
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    Johnny Kilabuk Swimming Walrus

    Inuit Sculpture

    $750.00
  • Pitseolak Qimirpik Owl
    Pitseolak Qimirpik Owl
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    Pitseolak Qimirpik Owl

    Inuit Sculpture

    $2,000.00
  • Bobby Nokalak Bear
    Nokalak-Kugluktuk-Bear-IS01492-2
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    Bobby Nokalak Bear

    Inuit Sculpture

    $1,825.00
  • Pudlalik Shaa Walrus
    Pudlalik Shaa Walrus
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    Pudlalik Shaa Walrus

    Inuit Sculpture

    $205.00
  • Adamie Aqumagiaq Owl
    Adamie Aqumagiaq Owl
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    Adamie Qaumagiaq Owl

    Inuit Sculpture

    $225.00
  • Kakee Ningeosiak Bear
    Kakee-Ningeosiak-Bear-IS01464-1
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    Kakee Ningeosiak Bear

    Inuit Sculpture

    $650.00

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Home & Away Gallery carries Native American arts and jewelry, plus Inuit art from Canada and Eskimo art from Alaska. We work with living artists and artist cooperatives across the United States and Canada to bring you contemporary art and jewelry; some of this work looks very much like traditional work, while some has diverted from tradition to incorporate new materials, new design elements, or new techniques. Work made by Native artists today continues to evolve from work done hundreds and even thousands of years ago. Today’s art represents the Natives of today; it is not a static representation of art that existed one or two hundred years ago.