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    Waving walrus

    A happy walrus, basking in the sun and waving at passersby. Carved from very dark serpentine, nicely veined. Tusks made from caribou antler. 8" x 4" x 2 3/4"
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    Amusing Transformation

    An amusing transformation that is one-eared and one-winged, by Maudie Rachel Ohiktook. Whatever it is becoming, it is halfway there! Nicely finished, gently mottled stone. 9" wide x 6 1/" high x 4 1/2" deep
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    Transformation

    This transformational sculpture by master artist Toonoo Sharky of Cape Dorset will wow you with its presence. The stone is delightful, and the sweep of the tail is terrific. This is a very dynamic piece of art, showcasing Sharky's trademark imagination and carving skills. 17" l x 13 1/2" h x 8 3/4" d
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    Qalupali (ice edge monster)

    A sea creature named Qalupali, by famed Inuit artist Kananginak Pootoogook. Qalupali (or Kalupalik) is the name of a legendary sea creature that was rarely seen but often heard under the winter ice. It made a haunting "humming" sound before coming through the ice and dragging unsuspecting children to the bottom of the sea. Parents would often warn of Calupali to keep their children from wandering off on the dangerous ice. Like many Inuit legends it was used as a cautionary tale to keep children out of trouble. Nicely carved from dark green serpentine. 18 1/2" l x 6" h x 5" d
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    Bear

    This walking bear has great movement. It is one of those Inuit sculptures that invites you to touch it, to run your hand along its back. Carved from dark green serpentine with blue tones. 9 1/2" l x 4 1/2" w x 6" h
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    Cabin Scene

    A rustic camp by Inuit artist Pits Qimirpik of Cape Dorset. Witht the exception of the roof, it is carved from one piece of stone, with metal and antler accessories. Notice the kayak and paddle, alongside the wood stack. There is a hatchet lying on the ground next to the man. 6" wide x 5" deep x 3" high
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    Muskox defense circle

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    Jonas Faber is an Inuit artist from Greenland who currently lives in British Columbia, Canada. He has a very original and recognizable style of carving. He also has a private source of stone: a soapstone quarry he discovered and works himself. When muskoxen face a common threat, they back up against each other in a circle. This sculpture depicts that behavior, in a beautiful green stone with lighter veins throughout. 15 1/2" x 14 1/2" x 3"
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    Snowball Fight

    One snowball in each hand looks like a serious snowball fight! Evocative face, carved from caribou antler, is framed by black hair. 11 1/2" x 7" x 3"
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    Man and Wife

    A sculpture of husband and wife by renowned artist Toona Iquliq of Baker Lake. Carved from light grey basalt with ochre tones. Minimal features and tool marks lend the sculpture a primitive feel. A wonderful composition! 7 1/2" x 7 1/4" x 4"
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    Dancing Bear

    A lively bear carved from light green mottled serpentine. 8 1/4" x 7 1/4" x 2 3/4"
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    Face

    An interesting face, carved in a primitive indigenous style from hard, dense basalt. 5" h x 3 1/4" w x 1" d
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    Inuit sculpture head down walking bear
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    Inuit Sculpture Head Down Walking Bear

    Inuit Sculpture Head Down Walking Bear A handsome walking bear, carved from dark serpentine, by an Inuit artist, likely from Cape Dorset. Head down and to the side gives it an interesting look. Signed P T. 4 3/4 inches long x 2 1/4 inches wide x 3 inches high.
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    Inuit sculpture tall grey bear
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    Inuit Sculpture Tall Bear

    Inuit Sculpture Tall 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. 10 3/4 in. tall  x 3 3/4 in. wide by 4 in. deep.
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    Inuit sculpture Taqialuk Nuna Bear Family
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    Inuit Sculpture Taqialuk Nuna Bear Family

    Inuit Sculpture Taqialuk Nuna Bear Family This sculpture, carved by Cape Dorset artist Taqialuk Nuna, depicts a mother bear with three cubs, perhaps in a defensive position. It is a charming work, showing the closeness of a bear family, with cubs of different sizes cuddling up with their protective mother. Guide to Cape Dorset Artists, by Kyra Vladykov Fisher, has this to say about the artist, who was born in 1959: "Taqialuq Nuna was eight years old when he started carving. Taq, as he is sometimes called, has taken many courses -- from local prospecting courses to marble carving (in Rutland, Vermont) to a workshop on carving limestone with power tools in Holman Island in 1989. The courses taught him how to work on hard stone and how to cut and dig the stone without breaking it. When he carves a piece that he considers successful, he says, 'it gets me back to nature. I love to carve bears when they are clustered together.; they look peaceful'. He is known for his groups of bears, usually five together. If he carves them on a base it is extremely difficult to get inside to carve the legs." This is a substantial sculpture: 16 in. long x 12 in. wide x 8 in. high.
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    Killiktee Killiktee Walking Bear
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    Killiktee Killiktee Walking Bear

    Killiktee Killiktee Walking Bear A chubby, charming walking bear by Kimmirut artist Killiktee Killiktee, carved from serpentine with beautiful color variations. 6" Long x 3 1/4" High x 2 1/4"
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    Jimmy Iqaluq loon
    Jimmy Iqaluq loon
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    Jimmy Iqaluq Loon

    Jimmy Iqaluq Loon Jimmy Iqaluq, of Sanikiluaq, Nunavut, carves beautifully detailed loons from argillite, a local stone. This is a wonderful example of a loon with inlaid red pipestone eyes and one wing up, as loons are often seen. 11 1/4" Long x 4 1/9" High x 4 3/4" Wide
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    Bobby Nokalak Caribou Wolf tableau
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    Bobby Nokalak Caribou and Wolf

    Bobby Nokalak Caribou and Wolf Bobby Nokalak is from Kugluktuk, the westernmost community in Nunavut, Canada. In this tableau, a wolf is literally nipping at the heels of two caribou. This is one of Nokalak's miniature sculptures, carved from a greenish stone; the aritst's took marks are readily visible on the surface, which is uneven, almost faceted. It is a captivating style. 7 3/4" Long x 3 3/4" High x 2" Wide; measurements include antlers
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    Noah Kelly Bear
    Noah Kelly Bear
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    Noah Kelly Bear

    Noah Kelly Bear Cape Dorset artist Noah Kelly has brought us a gorgeous walking bear, paw up as if in mid-stride. The serpentine stone is beautifully colored with brown-green tones and ochre. The bear has great form from any angle! 14 1/2" Long x 6 1/4" High x 7" wide
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    Joanie-Ragee-bear group sculpture
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    Joanie Ragee Bear Group

    Inuit sculpture: Joanie Ragee Bear Group Joanie Ragee is a well respected carver from Cape Dorset. This sculpture depicts a group hug among several standing bears. It is a beautiful composition, and is carved from very interesting serpentine. 7 3/4" high x 11" wide x 4 3/4" deep
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    Mosesie Pootoogook dancing bear
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    Mosesie Pootoogook Diving Bear

    Mosesie Pootoogook Diving Bear A very dynamic diving bear carved from brown serpentine by Mosesie Pootoogook of Cape Dorset. Pootoogook is renowned for his bears, of which this one serves as a fine example. 5" highx 6 1/4" wide x 3 3/4" deep
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    Ottokie Samayualie Versatile Bear

    Ottokie Samayualie Versatile Bear This jolly bear carved by Cape Dorset's Ottokie Samayualie is, indeed, versatile. It can stand on any 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. 7 1/2" h x 8" w x 5 1/2" d; measurements will vary by position
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    Bear head

    A charming bear head by Paul Kavik, Inuit artist from Sanikiluak. Carved from argillite, with natural color variations. 8 1/4" h x 9" d x 4 1/2" w 15 1/2 pounds
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    Pavinak Petaulassie family
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    Pavinak Petaulassie Family

    Pavinak Petaulassie Family Pavinak Petaulassie is a Cape Dorset artist who has recently been carving bird families. He has now turned his attention to human families. This sculpture depicts a family gathered around a fish, presumably the next meal to be shared. Based on the excitement shown, it may be the first meal they have had in a while. Most of the family are wearing traditional clothing, while one individual wears a more contemporary hat, perhaps of European origin. Carved from one piece of serpentine 6 1/2" wide x 4" deep x 4 1/4" high.
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    Foraging bear

    A beautiful foraging bear carved from green serpentine with quartz-like inclusions by Tim Ezekial. 5 3/4" l x 4" h x 2 3/4" w
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    Reclining Man

    A reclining man, carved with minimal detail from basalt, with tool marks in evidence all over. The bulk, the primitive nature of the carving, and the simple face make this a charming sculpture. 10" h x 9" w x 9 1/2" d
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    Dancing bear

    A charming dancing bear by Inuit artist Milleou Ninusuitok of Cape Dorset. Carved from green serpentine, this bear is happily dancing in a very dynamic pose. 7" x 3" x 3"
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