SELECT INUIT SCULPTURE

Includes Ohito Ashoona, Oqituq Ashoona, Noah Jaw, Ricky Jaw, Taqialuk Nuna, Tim Pee, Pitseolak (1) Qimirpik, Juani Ragee, Ashevak Tunnillie

Showing Juani Ragee

SELECT INUIT SCULPTURE

Polar bears, muskox, walrus. Using kayaks and dog teams, these are the things an Inuit hunter would see out on the tundra, the open water, & ice floes. Here, traditional hunting has provided the visuals for carving production.

POLAR BEAR
POLAR BEAR
7112J
Serpentinite
8.5 x 13 x 7.5 in.
$3,000 CAD


MULTIPLE BEARS
MULTIPLE BEARS
6552J
Serpentinite
26 x 13 x 7 in.
$7,900 CAD


DANCING POLAR BEAR
DANCING POLAR BEAR
6162L
Serpentinite
10 x 5 x 7 in.
$2,000 CAD


Juani Ragee began to carve at age 14. He was taught by his older brother Siutapik and learned many traditional carving methods from his grandfather, Inuk Munamie.

Also known as Joanie.

Born on May 2, 1986 in Iqaluit, NU. Nationality is Inuit