A very content-looking bear carved from beautiful mottled green serpentine. Accents include black, yellow and white.
11″L x 6″H x 5″W
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
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″
Just as the Phoenix rose from the ashes, so do we rise from times of difficulty to emerge into a new life. Carved from Brazilian soapstone in rich brown tones, this transformation has a human eye on one side and a bird’s eye on the other side.
18 x 5 3/4″ x 4″
Jamesie Pitseolak of Cape Dorset carves everyday objects from stone. This screwdriver with a screw in its handle, titled “Screws Loose”, shows not only his carving skill, but also his sense of humor.
13 1/2″ x 1″ x 1 1/8″ h