4" Dancing Bear by Adamie Mathewsie *Ta Dah!*
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Inuit art: Dancing Bear
Inuit Artist: Adamie Mathewsie
Size: 4" tall, 2" wide
Community: Cape Dorset, NU 21
Small bears are one of the quintessential pieces of Inuit art.
People are drawn to “small” objects, perhaps as a subconscious return to the innocence of childhood.
Small bears, in particular, are enchanting. I never have enough of them on hand for my clients.
Their spirit is all encompassing. Such a small being provides so much joie de vivre.
Adamie knows his bears! He can pour energy and animation into any stone.
Our petit black bear is throwing his arms up in glee, and casting his head to the side as if to say "Ta Dah"!
Energy and delight! An enticing combination.
I believe the small bear is the most sought after carving for gifting.
Because of their extreme affordability, small bears are often purchased in multiples.
What could be more joyous than two small bears dancing together!
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