Joanasie Manning Fisherman This sculpture, carved from dark serpentine, has real presence, thanks to its massive form and angled posture. The form and posture are very traditional Inuit styles, as is the theme of fishing. Joanasie Manning is a Cape Dorset artist who is best known for his carvings of owls and owl families. This traditional carving of a figure demonstrates the artist's versatility and skill in carving other forms. 11"H x 11"W x 8"D
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"