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    Alariaq Shaa dancing bear
    Alariaq Shaa dancing bear
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    Alariaq Shaa Dancing Bear

    Alariaq Shaa Dancing Bear A jolly dancing bear by Alariaq Shaa of Cape Dorset, son of famed master Axangayuk Shaa. This bear is well balanced enough to stand on either of two feet. Carved from serpentine. 6 1/2 inches high x 3 3/4 inches wide x 3 1/4 inches deep.
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    Buy Inuit Sculpture Basaltic Shamanic Bear Transformation Drummer
    Inuit Sculpture Bear Transformation Drummer
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    Inuit Sculpture Basaltic Shamanic Bear Transformation Drummer

    Inuit Sculpture Basaltic Shamanic Bear Transformation Drummer A charming sculpture depicting a shamanic transformation to a drummer bear. Grey basaltic stone is likely from the community of Baker Lake. Off-center body adds a whimsical touch. Drum and drum stick, carved from antler, were added recently, as the original pieces were missing. Drum face has beautiful coloration. c. 4th quarter 20th century. 6 3/4 in. wide x 6 1/4 in. high x 3 in. deep, including drum.
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    Louis Makkituk grey basaltic bear
    Grey basaltic bear
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    Louis Makkituk Grey Basaltic Bear

    Grey Basaltic Bear A whimsical bear, carved from hard grey stone, probably basaltic, in a tall, elongated style. This bear came out of a collection that was built from the during the last quarter of the 20th century. Striated surface of stone resembles fur; inlaid eyes add a detail of realism. 8 in. tall  x 3 in. wide by 2 3/4 in. deep.
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    Inuit sculpture vintage bird
    Inuit sculpture vintage bird
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    Inuit Sculpture Vintage Bird

    Inuit Sculpture Vintage Bird A charming bird, carved in a primitive style, from 1997. Basaltic stone 7 in. long x 5 1/2 in. high x 2 1/2 in. wide
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    Inuit sculpture Annie Ainalik sedna etching
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    Inuit Sculpture Annie Ainalik Sedna Etching

    Inuit Sculpture Annie Ainalik Sedna Etching Annie Ainalik of Cape Dorset is known for her multi-sided stone etchings depicting everyday life events, mythical creatures, marine life, and other scenes. This sculpture, carved from serpentine, has a Sedna (sea goddess) swimming alongside a beluga on one side and a seal hunter on the other. 3 1/2 in. long x 1 7/8 in. high x 7/8 in. deep
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    Inuit sculpture Tommy Saila inukshuk
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    Inuit sculpture Tommy Saila Inukshuk

    Inuit sculpture Tommy Saila Inukshuk An inukshuk carved from serpentine by Inuit artist Tommy Saila 5 in. high x 3 7/8 in. wide x 1 in. deep  
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    Inuit sculpture Killiktee Killiktee dancing bear
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    Inuit Sculpture Killiktee Killiktee Dancing Bear

    Inuit sculpture Killiktee Killiktee Dancing Bear A jolly dancing bear carved from interestingly colored serpentine by Cape Dorset artist Killiktee Killiktee. 6 1/4 in. high x 2 1/2 in. wide x 5 in. deep  
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    Inuit sculpture Mosesie Aipeelee Kneeling Woman
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    Inuit sculpture Mosesie Aipeelee Kneeling Woman

    Inuit sculpture Mosesie Aipeelee Kneeling Woman This sculpture was nicely carved from green serpentine laden with white. The effect of the stone is stunning, and goes well with the inlaid face. 5 1/2 in. high x 3 in. wide x 4 in. deep  
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    Noah Jaw Seal
    Noah Jaw Seal
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    Noah Jaw Seal

    Noah Jaw Seal Cape Dorset artist Noah, born 1976, carved this very poised seal from dark serpentine stone. The stone has beautiful shades of green, adding to the majesty of the animal, depicted basking in the sun. 7 1/4" Long x 2 1/2" High x 3 1/4" Wide
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    Mosesie Pootoogook Playing Bears
    Mosesie Pootoogook Playing Bears
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    Mosesie Pootoogook Playing Bears

    Mosesie Pootoogook Playing Bears An engaging pair of bears carved from brown-ish and ochre serpentine by Mosesie Pootoogook of Cape Dorset. Pootoogook is renowned for his bears, of which this pair serves as a fine example: very playful and happy. 5" High x 4 1/2" Wide x 2 1/2" Deep
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    Kelly Etidloie Bird
    Kelly Etidloie Bird
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    Kelly Etidloie Bird

    Kelly Etidloie Bird Cape Dorset artist Kelly Etidloie carved a bird with wings spread from serpentine stone with striking tones of ocher and olive green. The composition is dynamic, with the bird's head turned to the side. 2 1/2" High x 5 1/2" Wide x 3" Deep
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    Allen Shiutiapik Bear
    Allen Shiutiapik Bear
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    Allen Shiutiapik Bear

    Allen Shiutiapik Bear Iqaluit artist Allen Shiutiapik carves beautiful bears. This walking bear is carved from beautiful serpentine stone, primarily green, with black spots. 9" Long x 3 3/4" High x 2 1/2" Wide
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    Ohito Ashoona Bear
    Ohito Ashoona Bear
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    Ohito Ashoona Bear

    Ohito Ashoona Bear Cape Dorset's Ohito Ashoona is well known for his bear carvings. This walking bear is carved from beautiful green serpentine. It has a delightfully chunky body and front paws in action 7" Long x 5" High x 3" Wide
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    Ohito Ashoona muskox
    Ohito Ashoona muskox
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    Ohito Ashoona Muskox

    Ohito Ashoona Muskox Cape Dorset's Ohito Ashoona is well known for his bear carvings.He turns to other subject matters, broadening his repertoire. In this case, he has not only changed the subject matter; he has also taken a bold step in style. This muskox, carved from green serpentine, is made in a semi-abstract blocky style, perhaps taking its shape more from the original stone than from the true shape of a muskox. The subtle details force us to examine the sculpture closely to fully appreciate its aesthetics. 6 1/4" Long x 4 2/4" High x 3 1/4" Wide
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    Ohito Ashoona bear
    Ohito Ashoona bear
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    Ohito Ashoona Bear

    Ohito Ashoona Bear Cape Dorset's Ohito Ashoona is well known for his bear carvings. This walking bear is carved from beautiful green serpentine. It has a delightfully chunky body and a pleasant face. 8 1/4" Long x 4" High x 3 3/4" Wide
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    Egeesiak Shoo transformation
    Egeesiak Shoo transformation
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    Egeesiak Shoo Transformation

    Egeesiak Shoo Transformation Cape Dorset artist Egeesiak Shoo created a very interesting shaman drummer transformation, with one leg transformed into a walrus head and one hand (holding the drum) transformed into a seal head. The serpentine stone, primarily green, has exceptional color variations. 10 1/4" High x 6" Wide x 3" Deep
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    Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon
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    Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon

    Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon Ningeosiak Ashoona, of Cape Dorset, is best known for carving loons with long necks. This is a smal; loon carved from beautiful, highly polished serpentine stone; it presents an opportunity to acquire an elegant Ning Ashoona loon to fit in a small space. 8 1/4" Long x 1 3/8" High x 1" Wide
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    Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon
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    Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon

    Ningeosiak Ashoona Loon Ningeosiak Ashoona, of Cape Dorset, is best known for carving elegant loons with long necks. This is a smallish loon carved from beautiful, highly polished serpentine stone; it has a wonderful turn of the head. 7 3/4" L x 5 1/2" High x 2 3/4" Wide
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    Bobby Nokalak Drummer
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    Bobby Nokalak Drummer

    Bobby Nokalak Drummer Bobby Nokalak is from Kugluktuk, the westernmost community in Nunavut, Canada. This miniature drummer is carved from a predominantly gray stone with exquisite detail and poise. The hair is beautifully detailed and the face is attractive and expressive. The surface of the sculpture is uneven, almost faceted. Overall, this is a very captivating figure. 5" High x 4" Wide x 4" Deep
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    Pudlalik Shaa drummer
    Pudlalik Shaa drummer
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    Pudlalik Shaa Drummer

    Pudlalik Shaa Drummer This is a very fine sculpture by Cape Dorse artist Pudlalik Shaa, son of famed artist Axangayuk Shaa. Pudlalik chose a stone with very interesting markings, to create a dramatic drummer with exquisite detail. Note the drape of the parka's hood, the texturing of the hair, and the delicate facial features. 8" High x 7 1/4" Deep x 4" Wide
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    Johnny Kilabuk swimming walrus
    Johnny Kilabuk swimming walrus
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    Johnny Kilabuk Swimming Walrus

    Johnny Kilabuk Swimming Walrus Cape Dorset artist Johnny Kilabuk has captured a walrus swimming with rear fins pointing out, as walruses do. Carved from beautiful green serpentine with dark veins. 11 1/2" Long x 6 1/2" High x 6 1/2" Deep
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    Pitseolak Qimirpik Owl
    Pitseolak Qimirpik Owl
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    Pitseolak Qimirpik Owl

    Pitseolak Qimirpik Owl Pitseolak Qimirpik, of Kimmirut, Nunavut, is a master carver. He is a versatile artist who creates stone sculptures of many different animals, but he is best known for his owls. This owl is smaller than the average Pits Qimirpik Owl, but his excellence shines through even in this scale. The contrast between the polished and matte finishes is wonderful; the detail in the eyes, beak, and tongue are exceptional. This is a great fit for the collector who appreciates Qimirpik's mastery but has limited display space. 6 1/4" High x 3 1/2" Wide x 3 1/4" Deep
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    Bobby Nokalak Bear
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    Bobby Nokalak Bear

    Bobby Nokalak Bear Bobby Nokalak is from Kugluktuk, the westernmost community in Nunavut, Canada. This bear is beautifully carved from alabaster. It is highly detailed - notice the bottoms of the paws -- and finished to a high polish. The pose is very dynamic, almost aggressive, but the face is pleasant and approachable. 10" High x 8 1/4" Wide x 7 1/2" Deep
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    Pudlalik Shaa Walrus
    Pudlalik Shaa Walrus
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    Pudlalik Shaa Walrus

    Pudlalik Shaa Walrus Pudlalik Shaa, son of Axangayuk Shaa of Cape Droset,  is a fine artist. His transformation/compositions are elaborate and finely detailed. When he creates smaller carvings, he takes the same care to create detail in his figures; as a result, his smaller carvings are just as desirable as his larger ones. This walrus is carved from beautiful green serpentine. 5 3/8" Long x 4 1/4" High x 2" Wide
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    Adamie Aqumagiaq Owl
    Adamie Aqumagiaq Owl
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    Adamie Qaumagiaq Owl

    Adamie Qaumagiaq Owl This is one charming owl by Cape Dorset's Adamie Qaumagiaq. It is carved from white marble with inlaid eyes. This owl will fit in the palm of your hand, adding the tactile experience to the visual aesthetics. 4" Wide x 2 3/4" High x 1 3/8" Deep
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    Moe Pootoogook diving bear
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    Mosesie Pootoogook Diving Bear

    Mosesie Pootoogook Diving Bear A very dynamic diving bear carved from brown-ish and ochre serpentine by Mosesie Pootoogook of Cape Dorset. Pootoogook is renowned for his bears, of which this one serves as a fine example. 4" High x 4 3/4" Long x 3 1/2" Wide
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    Ningeosiak Ashoona Seals
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    Ningeosiak Ashoona Seals

    Ningeosiak Ashoona Seals Ningeosiak Ashoona, of Cape Dorset, is best known for carving loons, but she also creates other figures, of which this one is a beautiful example. This light colored stone has darker inclusions on its base, which adds interest to the piece. It is a charming sculpture. 6 3/4" Long x 3" High x 5 1/4" Wide
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    Jomie Aipeelee Muskox
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    Jomie Aipeelee Muskox

    Jomie Aipeelee Muskox

    A charming wind-swept muskox by Iqaluit's Jomie Aipeelee. Beautiful serpentine stone with white mineral inclusions; horns made from caribou antler.

    5" l x 3" h x 2" w
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    Etulu Etidloie standing loon
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    Etulu Etidloie Standing Loon

    Etulu Etidloie standing loon Etulu Etidloie of Cape Dorset is well known for his loon sculptures. the vast majority of them are swimming loons, This carving depicts a loon standing; this is not the most comfortable or graceful position for a live loon, but it makes for a graceful sculpture. Carved from serpentine with Etidloie's signature feathers. 7 3/4" high x 4 3/4" deep x 2 1/2" wide
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    Ohito Ashoona swimming bears
    Ohito Ashoona swimming bears
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    Ohito Ashoona Swimming Bears

    Ohito Ashoona Swimming Bears Ohito Ashoona is well known for his bear carvings. However, most of them are walking bears or dancing bears. In this case, Ashoona created a whimsical carving of swimming bears. Only the tops of the heads of the mother bear and her two cubs are evident. Beautiful green serpentine stone. 7" L x 2 5/8" wide x 3/4" high
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    Etulu Etidloie loon with egg
    Etulu Etidloie loon with egg
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    Etulu Etidloie Loon with Egg

    Etulu Etidloie loon with egg. This is a charming sculpture by Etulu Etidloie of Cape Dorset. Well known for his loon sculptures, this one stands out in a couple of ways. First, it depicts a loon on its nest, protecting its egg. Second, the loon is much smaller than most of his other loon creations. Nevertheless, it has Etidloie's characteristic form and markings that have made his loons so beloved by collectors. Carved from two pieces of serpentine; the loon is a separate piece that simply sits on the base/nest. Loon and base combined are 6 5/8" high x 2 1/4" deep  
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    Joanasie Manning Small Owl
    Joanasie Manning Small Owl
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    Joanasie Manning Small Owl

    Joanasie Manning Small Owl Joanasie Manning is a Cape Dorset artist who is best known for his carvings of owls and owl families. Most of his owls are much larger in scale; this small owl is a fine example of his carving, for a collector who has limited display space. 5" wide x 2 1/2" high x 2 3/4" deep
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    Ottokie Samayualie Diving Bear
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    Ottokie Samayualie Diving Bear

    Ottokie Samayualie Diving Bear This dynamic bear carved by Cape Dorset's Ottokie Samayualie has two possible display positions. It can stand on two of its paws. Pick a position for a while, and change it anytime you want a different perspective. Watch it dance or watch it swim; carved from beautifully veined green serpentine. Ottokie Samayualie, an artist from Cape Dorset in Nunavut, is well known for his bear carvings, whether at motion or depicted in still poses. 6 1/2" h x 8" w x 3" d; measurements will vary by position
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    Kelly Qimirpik Dancing Walrus
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    Kelly Qimirpik Dancing Walrus

    Inuit sculpture: Kelly Qimirpik Dancing Walrus   Kelly Qimirpik of Cape Dorset creates dancing walruses that are happy and exquisitely carved. No one puts more life into their dancing walruses than he does. This dancing walrus is carved from beautiful green serpentine; tusks are made from caribou antler. Kellypalik Qimirpik, often referred to as Kelly, was born in 1948 and has received many awards for his work over several decades. 11 3/4" high x 8 1/2" x 9 1/4"
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    Dancing Bear

      This bear is happily dancing! It is carved from serpentine that ranges from dark green to lighter green with ochre. 10 1/2" high x 4" long x 6" deep
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    Dancing Bear

      This bear is happily dancing! Cape Dorset's Moe Petooloosie used a very interesting piece of green serpentine with white mineral stripes throughout and a large deposit on its left knee. 6 3/4" high x 6 1/4" long x 3" deep
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    Composition

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    Pudlalik Shaa is a very talented artist who is known for his masterful compositions in stone. This composition includes a bear, a bird, a walrus, and a narwhal. Each animal is skilfully portrayed and becomes an integral member of the whole. Material: serpentine, caribou antler 9" wide x 8" high x " deep
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    Loon

    Master artist Toona Iquliq of Baker Lake has been carving hard, dense basalt for decades. The nature of the hard, dense stone generally results in a minimalist and primitive look. Iquliq often leaves tool marks in the stone, as he did in this carving. This small loon is a wonderful carving you will want to hold in your hand. 3 1/4" long x 2 1/4" high x 1 1/2" deep
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    Dancing Bear

    This well balanced dancing bear was carved from brown serpentine with ochre highlights, by artist Isacie Petooloosie of Cape Dorset, in the Canadian Arctic. The bear is lively and dynamic! 7 1/2" high x 3" wide x 3" deep
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    Landscape Etching

    A charming carving consisting of two separate pieces of serpentine: one an organically shaped base, and the second a rectangle with a landscape etched on its surface. The landscape seems to be a fantastical world, with far-off lands and waters, including an inukshuk at the top of a mountain. 3 1/2" wide x 2 3/4" high x 1 3/4" deep
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    Walking Bear

      A charming walking bear by Cape Dorset's Palaya Qiatsuq. Qiatsuq's bears, including this one, exude a sweet and gentle personality. 3 1/4" long x 2 1/4" high x 1 5/8" deep
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    Swan

      A lovely swan by Cape Dorset's Tony Curley. Curley is known for graceful carvings of these elegant birds. 5 1/2" long x 2 1/2" high x 1 3/4" deep Material: green serpentine
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    Owl

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    Joe Talirunili, resident of Povungnituk, was known for his rough yet evocative descriptions of boats full of figures, and for owls. This owl, carved from hard, dense basalt is primitive in execution, but full of spirit. It is a fine example of his work. There appears to be some resin on the bottom and side of one of the feet, not generally visible. 6" h x 3 1/2" w x 3" D
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    Beluga whale

    Nowdlak Noah, currently of Iqaluit, carved a seemingly simple beluga with some nice features: the curve of the body just ahead of the tail, and the graceful shape of the fluke itself. <br><br>Carved from green serpentine with ocher and brown tones. 9 1/2" l x 3" h x 3" w
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    Sedna

    Jimmy Petooloosie of Cape Dorset and Iqaluit has carved a Sedna with a long flowing mane of hair. The negative space created by the hair adds to the appeal. Difficult to see in the picture are the hands, which are missing fingers or finger tips, a feature that is often used to represent Sedna's fate at the hands of her father. Carved from serpentine that is primarily dark green with beautiful lighter highlights. 9" l x 5 1/2" h x 2 1/2" w
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    Canada Goose

    A stunning Canada goose, carved from serpentine with inlaid neck band and head by Cape Dorset's Johnysa Mathewsie. Beautiful green serpentine stone comprises the body of this tall and graceful bird with up-swept wings. 19 1/2" h x 11" w x 4 1/2" d
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    Figure

    A dynamic figure, carved by Gjoa Haven's Wayne Puqiqnak from pyroxenite. Great contrast between the polished and the textured stone. This is a very energetic sculpture, with the figure bending and gesticulating with both hands! It will make you smile every time you look at it. 10 1/2" h x 6" w x 4 1/2" d<br>Other materials: horsehair, caribou antler
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    Crouching Owl

    Jonasie Manning is a master owl carver. This owl is in a crouching position, or maybe it's a pouncing position. or just ready to take off. Whatever you call it, it creates a beautiful composition in green stone. 15" w x 4" h x 6" d
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    Loon

    Etulu Etidloie is well known for his loon carvings. Etidloie makes large loons and small. This one almost fits in the palm of a hand. Carved from beautiful green serpentine with nicely detailed feather markings. 7" l x 3" h x 1 3/4" w
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    Reclining seal

    A reclining seal, carved from dark green serpentine of varying shades. 9" long x 3" high x 2 1/2" deep
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    Walking Bear

    A handsome walking bear, right front paw caught in mid-step. Carved from serpentine by Iqaluit's Allan Shiutiapik. 4 3/4" l x 2 3/4" h x 1 3/4" w
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    Walking Bear

    A handsome, robust walking bear by Tim Pee of Cape Dorset, carved from a beautiful piece of green serpentine. 8 1/2" l x 4 5/8" h x 3 1/4" w
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    Diving Bear

    A charming diving bear carved by Cape Dorset's Johnny Kilabuk. The artist left a matte finish on this green serpentine bear, reminiscent of Inuit work from the middle of the 20th century. Base is securely affixed to the bear's leading paw.<br><br>4 1/4" l x 3 3/4" h x 3" w
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    Playing Bears

    What a cute couple of bears, by Cape Dorset's Moe Pootoogook! Frolicking, rolling, playing. Beautiful green serpentine with inclusions of other colors. 4" l x 2 1/2" h x 1 1/4" w
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    Dancing bear

    A charming dancing bear carved from dark green serpentine by Cape Dorset artist Moe Pootooogook. 7 3/4" high x 3" wide x 2 1/4" deep
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    Dancing walrus pair

    An absolutely delightful pair of walruses, dancing to their heart's content. Carved by Cape Dorset's Kelipalik Qimirpik. Materials: serpentine, caribou antler. 12 1/2" h x 11" 2 x 9 1/2" d
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    Acrobatic bears

    Cape Dorset's Joanie Ragee has created a fabulous spin on the dancing bear theme. These two bears are participating in an acrobatic exercise that is a pleasure to behold. Carved from richly colored and heavily veined green serpentine. 12" h x 8 3/4" x 3"
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    Walrus

    A beautiful reclining walrus carved from richly colored serpentine by Cape Dorset's Ematuluk Saggiak. 6 1/4 l " x 4 1/2 h" x 2 1/2 d"
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    Bird and muskox

    Pudlalik Shaa is a very talented artist who is known for his masterful compositions in stone. This composition is simpler than most, but still showcases the artists' skill in carving various figures. Material: serpentine 9" w x 4 1/4" h x 2 3/4" d
    $650.00
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    Kayaker

    A nicely depicted kayaker by Cape Dorset's Noah Jaw. The hunter has his spear at the ready, and a seal float on back of boat. Materials: serpentine, caribou antler, artificial sinew 16" l x 4 1/8" h x 4 1/2" w
    $840.00
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    Walruses

    A charming pair of tuskless walruses, carved by Cape Dorset's Noah Parr. Beautiful stone, and great faces! 6 3/4" L x 6 1/2" W x 2 3/4" h
    $390.00
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    Airplane

    An airplane, assembled from serpentine stone By Cape Dorset's Ottokie Samayualie. 4 1/4" l x 4 1/4" w x 2 1/4" h
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    Dancing muskox

    A very lively muskox, beautifully balanced and textured by Pits Qimirpik of Cape Dorset. 12" h x 6 1/2" w x 7" d
    $1,350.00
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    Loon

    Isacie Etidloie is a versatile carver, covering a wide variety of subjects. This loon is reminiscent of his father Etulu's birds, but still has a distinctive look. Carved from dark green serpentine stone with lighter green veins. Overall, a very pleasant, well proportioned carving. 5 3/4" l x 2 7/8" h x 2" w
    $330.00
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    Loon

    A beautiful loon, masterfully carved by Cape Dorset's Ningeosiak Ashoona. Ashoona's loons are extremely elegant, carved with graceful thin necks. This look has a beautiful ochre vein running up the center of the neck and beyond. 13" long x 12 1/4" high x 2 1/4" w Material: serpentine
    $1,080.00
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    Loon

    Ning Ashoona is known for her graceful loons. This tall, graceful sculpture has a prominent vein running through it, which gives it a unique character. Material: serpentine Size: 12 1/4" h x 13" l x 2 1/8" w
    $1,240.00
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    Family faces

    Lucy Tasseor Tutsuitok is well known for sculptures with faces emerging from dark basaltic stone. Reminiscent of ancient carvings on antler, these forms are evocative and mesmerizing. 6 3/4" h x 6 3/4" x 4"
    $350.00
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    Rearing muskox

    This rearing muskox is carved from beautiful green serpentine by Kimmirut Ooloopie Killiktee, born in 1981. Young Killiktee is improving his muskox carving skills just as the community recently lost one of their masters Materials: serpentine, caribou antler 8" h x 7 1/" d x 3" w
    $850.00
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    Bear

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    This bear by master carver Ashevak Tunnillie was carved from a stunning piece of Markham Bay serpentine. With its great pose and sensitively carved head, turned paws, and interesting starburst on its left side, this bear is nice even when seen from the rear. 11 1/2" l x 8 1/2" h x 4 1/2" w
    $2,600.00
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    Dancing walrus

    A beautiful dancing walrus by talented artist Kelly Qimirpik of Cape Dorset; lively, chubby, and very well balanced. Carved from dark green serpentine with some colored highlights. 14" h x 11 1/2" w x 8 1/2" d
    $2,400.00
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    Windblown Muskox

    Joe Kavik, a well respected long-time carver, has created a delightful windblown muskox. Beautifully carved, fur depicted by incised lines in the dark stone. Horns carved from caribou antler. 9" x 6 1/2" x 3 1/2"
    $800.00
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    Seal

    A charming seal carved from apple green serpentine by Cape Dorset's Pauloosie Padluq 6" l x 3 1/4" h x 2" w
    $280.00
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