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Seeing lots of these in the garden lately! Buzz by Papiara Tukiki, 2014 #inuitart #HamOnt http://nanooq.ca/product/buzz/
Seeing lots of these in the garden lately! Buzz by Papiara Tukiki, 2014 #inuitart  #HamOnt  http://nanooq.ca/product/buzz/
Miniature scene of a family hunting or migrating by Jacoposie Oopakak from #baffinisland. #nunali #inuitart #nativearts #inuitcarving
Early is the bird. #inuitart #pangnirtung #canadianart #onlinegallery #inuit #birds#nature#printmaking #canada🇨🇦 #ottawastreet #art#onlinecurator #ottawastreetbia #hamarts@www.earlscourtart.com @earlscourtgallery
Druk aan het werk met inrichten van nieuwe webshop new look & feel 😎 Knut de ijsbeer van @canuit_inuitart kijkt altijd mee naast de laptop ❤️#inrichten #webshop #scandinavischdesign #deensedingen #deensdesign #woonaccessoires #interieurdesign #spannend #lookandfeel #inuitart #knut #fijnedag www.DeenseDingen.nl
Our Inukshuk have been made by family & friends from rocks & stones on our property.  In the Inuit language Inukshuk means "likeness of a person" or "in the image of man". The Inukshuk has become a symbol of leadership, cooperation & the human spirit.  It is a well-known Canadian symbol & can be see all across the Canadian landscape.
#inukshuk #inuitart #stonemarker #friendship #leadership #canadianinuits
Our Inukshuk have been made by family & friends from rocks & stones on our property. In the Inuit language Inukshuk means "likeness of a person" or "in the image of man". The Inukshuk has become a symbol of leadership, cooperation & the human spirit. It is a well-known Canadian symbol & can be see all across the Canadian landscape. #inukshuk  #inuitart  #stonemarker  #friendship  #leadership  #canadianinuits 
Oh Canadá 🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦 #epcot #canada #inuit #totem #nativecanadian #inuitart
Today in learning about Canadian culture: Tanya Tagaq.
Today in learning about Canadian culture: Tanya Tagaq.
John Kurok and Leo Napayok, "Coat of Dreams" (2006) on view at the National Gallery of Canada.  The sculptural form for this collaborative work was made by Kurok, whose interest in masks, heads and "working with faces that seem to come to life" is evident.  The dreamlike coat of images incised on the surface by Napayok achieves an inseparable oneness with Kurok's portrait-like bust.  The sculpture was made in Rankin Inlet, the only Inuit community producing fine-art ceramics.
John Kurok and Leo Napayok, "Coat of Dreams" (2006) on view at the National Gallery of Canada. The sculptural form for this collaborative work was made by Kurok, whose interest in masks, heads and "working with faces that seem to come to life" is evident. The dreamlike coat of images incised on the surface by Napayok achieves an inseparable oneness with Kurok's portrait-like bust. The sculpture was made in Rankin Inlet, the only Inuit community producing fine-art ceramics.
Stone carvings by Floyd Kuptana. Several works by the Toronto-based artist can be found on display in the galleries, including as part of rotating shows.
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#soapstone #bone #sculpture #inuitart #floydkuptana is originally from #NWT
I've been really inspired by what my people have been doing back home over the last year so I've decided to start exploring some more traditional themes in my art. #inuitart #inuitartist #nunatukavut
I've been really inspired by what my people have been doing back home over the last year so I've decided to start exploring some more traditional themes in my art. #inuitart  #inuitartist  #nunatukavut 
Killerwhale with Eagle Pendant, by Gary Olver, Cree Nation
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Walrus Tusk, Abalone
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1.75 x 0.75 x 0.5”
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Born in The Pas, Manitoba, 1966, Gary Olver originates from Northern Manitoba (Woodland Cree). He has been studying the northern First Nations art style since 1980 and has apprenticed under several well-known and accomplished carvers. Gary’s specialty is carved miniatures and he has incredible dexterity in creating works that are finely detailed and complex in design. His interests remain in jewelry and miniatures in catlinite, argillite, ivory, wood, and precious metals.
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Available at Coastal Peoples Gallery, Vancouver • coastalpeoples.com
Killerwhale with Eagle Pendant, by Gary Olver, Cree Nation • Walrus Tusk, Abalone • 1.75 x 0.75 x 0.5” • Born in The Pas, Manitoba, 1966, Gary Olver originates from Northern Manitoba (Woodland Cree). He has been studying the northern First Nations art style since 1980 and has apprenticed under several well-known and accomplished carvers. Gary’s specialty is carved miniatures and he has incredible dexterity in creating works that are finely detailed and complex in design. His interests remain in jewelry and miniatures in catlinite, argillite, ivory, wood, and precious metals. • Available at Coastal Peoples Gallery, Vancouver • coastalpeoples.com
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The caribou is a symbol of stamina, gentleness, self esteem, and determination. "Caribou in relief" by Annie Pitsiulak,Lino cut, 2008 @www.earlscourtart.com @earlscourtgallery #caribou #linocut #onlinegallery #onlineart #canadianart #inuitart #inuit#pangnirtung #pitsiulak#canada🇨🇦 #nature#art#printmaking #hamont #hamarts #animal#naturalworld
One of the lemon green soapstone carvings I made at the cottage. More to come! #addictedtomyculture
One of the lemon green soapstone carvings I made at the cottage. More to come! #addictedtomyculture 
Walrus Warrior Queen by yours truly, directly inspired by my intense girlfriends (you know who you are) and Inuit mythology. #walrus #babe #queen #warrior #inuit #inuitart #inuitmythology #sedna #seal #pinniped #sealion #ice #everywhere #doodle #sharpieart
@laakkuluk talking about the meanings of #inukshuk - one of their purposes has been to communicate direction in the harsh Artic conditions, and to provide landmarks to assist with navigation. Behind her is David Ruben Piqtokun's fragmented inukshuk, entitled 'The Lost Child' at Ottawa's City Hall on today's #indigenouswalkingtour led by @jaimekoebeldotcom @indigenouswalks  #callresponse #inuitart #inuk #laakkulukwilliamsonbathory #davidrubenpiqtoukun @tfhogue @willardart @clhirondelle @christi_belcourt
@laakkuluk talking about the meanings of #inukshuk  - one of their purposes has been to communicate direction in the harsh Artic conditions, and to provide landmarks to assist with navigation. Behind her is David Ruben Piqtokun's fragmented inukshuk, entitled 'The Lost Child' at Ottawa's City Hall on today's #indigenouswalkingtour  led by @jaimekoebeldotcom @indigenouswalks #callresponse  #inuitart  #inuk  #laakkulukwilliamsonbathory  #davidrubenpiqtoukun  @tfhogue @willardart @clhirondelle @christi_belcourt
"Owl Incognito" by Ohotaq Mikkigak. It is not frequent that I see something in an art museum that I want to own, but I adore this!! @krisco19 #frienddate #mfa #freefriday #inuit #inuitart #nunavut #ohotaqmikkigak #art #print #owl
For inquiry about the piece please visit us at www.coastalpeoples.com

New Arrival Sisiutl Sculpture by Shawn Karpes

Red cedar wood, Acrylic paint 
Shawn Karpes was born in Vancouver, B.C., on May 12th 1968. His training began in 1982 with George Hunt Jr., Jim Gilbert and Victor Newman during a Native art program sponsored by three levels of Victoria public schools. In this program Shawn began experimenting in three dimensional form and began concentrating on basic design, painting and woodcarving.

For the past three years Shawn has been working for the carving program at the Royal British Columbia Museum. In 2001 he volunteered to work on the ITUSTO restoration of the world’s tallest totem pole at Beacon Hill Park in Victoria, B.C.
For inquiry about the piece please visit us at www.coastalpeoples.com New Arrival Sisiutl Sculpture by Shawn Karpes Red cedar wood, Acrylic paint Shawn Karpes was born in Vancouver, B.C., on May 12th 1968. His training began in 1982 with George Hunt Jr., Jim Gilbert and Victor Newman during a Native art program sponsored by three levels of Victoria public schools. In this program Shawn began experimenting in three dimensional form and began concentrating on basic design, painting and woodcarving. For the past three years Shawn has been working for the carving program at the Royal British Columbia Museum. In 2001 he volunteered to work on the ITUSTO restoration of the world’s tallest totem pole at Beacon Hill Park in Victoria, B.C.