8" Darkish Stone Muskox by Pudlalik Shaa
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Inuit art: Muskox
Inuit Artist: Pudlalik Shaa
Size: 8" long, 4" high, 3" wide. Weight: 3.5 lbs
Community: Cape Dorset, NU
This is a stunning and unusual piece for Pudlalik Shaa to so who is an acclaimed artist for his dancing goose carvings. This Muskox is done in a brilliant dark stone with a smooth and silky finish which gives it much finesse and refinement to the eye.
What I like about this piece is that it is a muskox and is done in a different style from other muskox I see from other artists. The dark stone is very striking to the eye and this piece really pops when presented as a centrepiece.
This stunning sculpture comes with an Igloo Tag (Certified of Authenticity), it is also sighed by the artist.
The carving is completely perfect!
"…He learned by watching the generation of carvers who, like his father, used axes to work on their pieces. Pudlalik still uses an axe on occaision, though he also uses more modern tools. He has incorporated elements of the dynamic fluid line of his fathers' work into his own sculptures."
-quoted from Cape Dorset Sculpture, Douglas & McIntyre, 2005
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
2006-07 Small Sculptures by Great Artists, Feheley Fine Arts, Toronto, ON
2006 Mini-Masterworks, Spirit Wrestler Gallery, Vancouver, BC
2005 Momentum, 7 Emerging Artists for Cape Dorset, Inuit Gallery of Vancouver, Vancouver, BC
2005 Cape Dorset Sculpture, Spirit Wrestler Gallery, Vancouver, BC
2004 Masterworks III, Canadian Arctic Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
2003 Shaa and Sons: A Father's Influence, The Guild Shop, Toronto, ON
2001 Small Sculptures by Great Artists 2001, Feheley Fine Arts, Toronto, ON
2000 Die Kunst aus der Arktis, Canadian Arctic Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
2000 Seven Emerging Artists From Cape Dorset, Inuit Gallery of Vancouver, Vancouver, BC
2000 Small Sculptures by Great Artists 2000, Feheley Fine Arts, Toronto, ON
1997 Stone and Bone, The Inuit Master Carvers of the Canadian Arctic, The Northwest Company, Sun Valley Centre for the Arts and Humanities, Ketchum, ID
1997 Singing & Dancing & Playing, Feheley Fine Arts, Toronto, ON
1996 Small Sculptures by Great Artists V, Feheley Fine Arts, Toronto, ON
1996 Sculpture Inuit, Canadian Guild of Crafts Quebec, Montreal, PQ
1995 Keeping Our Stories Alive: An Exhibition of the Arts and Crafts from Dene and Inuit of Canada, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Sante Fe, NM
1995 Canadian Inuit Sculpture, The Next Generation, Orca Aart Gallery, Chicago, IL
1994 Wildlife and Nature in Art, Arctic Experience, Hamilton, ON
1994 The Shaa Family: Axangayu Shaa, Qiatsuq Shaa, Pudlalik Shaa, Albers Gallery of Inuit Art, San Francisco, CA
1994 Inuit Art from the Canadian Arctic, Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
1993 Kunstwerke der Inuit, Hotel am Badersee, Grainau, Germany
1993 Multiple Realities: Inuit Images of Shamanic Transformation, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
1993 The Next Generation - Inuit Sculpture, Gallery Indigena, Stratford, ON
1992 Sculpture Inuit, Canadian Guild of Crafts Quebec, Montreal, PQ
1979 Die Kunst aus der Arktis, Inuit Galerie, Mainz, Germany
Our Land Transforming: Celebrating the Enduring Spirit of the Inuit, Arctic Raven Gallery, Friday Harbour, WA
2005 Cape Dorset Sculpture FEATURED PAGE 66, 67
1995 Institute of American Indian Arts Museum KEEPING OUR STORIES ALIVE: An Exhibition of Art & Crafts from the Dene & Inuit of Canada. Satna Fe, NM
1993 Wight, Darlene MULTIPLE REALITIES : Inuit Images of Shamanic Transformation, Winnipeg, MB: Winnipeg Art Gallery