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Jennifer Annesley
Roger D Arndt
Kenojuak Ashevak
LuLu B Designs
Nixie Barton
Rose-Aimée Bélanger
Cameron Bird
W J Bradley
Bill Brownridge
Ken Campbell
Rod Charlesworth
Karyn Chopik
Neil Clifford
Richard Cole
Nickolas de Grandmaison
Floyd Elzinga
Mark Fletcher
Fanny Fynebuik
Roland Gatin
Robert Genn
Sara Genn
Terry Gilecki
Dick Goerg
Elizabeth Harris
Laura Harris
Ted Harrison
Nikol Haskova
Bill Henderson
Sabina Hill
H&B Hillberg & Berk
Stephen Hutchings
Inuit Art
Alex Janvier
Sheila Kernan
Anastasia Kimmett
Susan Kun
Dale Leakey
Grant Leier
Robert Lemay
Ken Q Li
Don Li-Leger
John Macdonald
Donna Jo Massie
Terry McCue
Peter McFarlane
Dominik J Modlinski
Sylvia Naylor
Steven Nederveen
Elka Nowicka
Daphne Odjig
Michael O'Toole
Neil Patterson
Glenn Payan
Walter J Phillips
André Pleau
Jane Ash Poitras
Nicola Prinsen
Bill Reid Estate
Paul Reimer
David Riome
Bev Rodin
Leslie Rowe-Israelson
Robert Roy
Carl Rungius
Sandpiper Studio
Allen Sapp
Dieter Schlatter
Peter Shostak
Lyle Sopel
Stewart Steinhauer
Mike Svob
K Neil Swanson
Janice Iniskim-Aki Tanton
Kathie Thomas
Les Thomas
Don Toney
Gordon Webster
Don Weir
Jimmy Wright
Peter Wyse
Arctic Flight

What do you think of first when you hear the word "arctic"? Polar Bears. Walrus. Narwhals. Caribou. All of the BIG names in the frozen north, right?

Allow us introduce you to Arctic birds. Migratory by nature, only 3 over-winter in the harsh environment on the tundra: Snowy owls, ravens & ptarmigans. Buntings. Loons. Sandpipers. Geese. And terns: these are just a few of the 100+ species of avian beings that live part- time in the Arctic. Typically considered a vast wasteland of ice, snow & permafrost, birds are vital to the ecology of the tundra. Pollinators, waders, hunters, & seed-carriers, birds also provide for the Inuit with eggs, meat and feathers and bones that are fashioned into tools.

Represented here in stone, textiles and on paper, we pay homage to these vital instruments of Arctic ecology.

"It is not only fine feathers that make fine birds." - Aesop

Please use the following links
to view the artists and their works in this exhibition.

Saimaiyu Akesuk

Kenojuak Ashevak

Ningeosiak Ashoona

Shuvinai Ashoona

Arningmiuq Ottokie

Malaija Pootoogook

Johnny Pootoogook

Johnnylee Pudlat

Aoudla Pudlat

Palaya Qiatsuq

Ningeokuluk Teevee

Papiara Tukiki

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