My personal favorite Inuit sculpture in the Gallery for this month

Although I insist on never buying sculptures unless there of AAA quality, there are still some pieces that grace their way to our gallery that are of exceptional quality and deserve extra distinction and attention. Here are some of them that I actually don't mind selling too fast.

This amazing Pitseolaq Qimirpik eagle is not only one of his larger pieces that he's attempted, but the detail and crispness of the lines are exquisitely done to perfection. You will not get too see many large eagles of this magnitude made by Pitseolak. For the most part, acquiring stone large enough is an extremely difficult feet on its own. Furthermore, it takes him exponentially longer in time to complete a piece of this size compared to some of the smaller pieces.The finish and high gloss effect of this piece radiates its immediate surroundings. It is definitely worthy of being in a museum and is certain to be praised by auctioneers sometime in the nearest future.

 

 



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