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
A lively bear carved from light green mottled serpentine.
8 1/4″ x 7 1/4″ x 2 3/4″
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″
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″
A caribou transformation mask by one of Canada’s top artists. The lips are sealed because sometimes we speak too much when it is better to be silent. A majestic composition carved from a stunning piece of green Brazilian soapstone with ochre and black hues. Inlaid eyes, caribou antler and separate base complete the sculpture.
Mask and antler: 22″ h x 10 1/2 w x 3 1/2 d”; total dimensions with base: 28″ x 10 1/2″ x 6″