Inuit art: Drum Dancer
Inuit Artist: Dale Ford
Size: 9" high, 6" wide, 3" wide
Community: Goose Bay, Labrador 5/22
Material: Caribou Antler
id: d-8830 fjjy
**This Item is Eligible for our 0% Interest Layaway Plan.
Dale's depiction of this Inuk's face in the Classical style of a cameo is unusual.
Cherub's tranquil visage and Dale's commitment to meticulous and detailed carving makes this piece a CURATOR'S CHOICE.
Masterpiece Carving! Museum quality Sculpture!
What makes you fall in love with Cherub?
For me, it is the exquisite face.
Dale has carved this Inuk face as if it were a cameo.
A cameo is a piece of jewelry carved with a raised relief. It often depicts a profile of a face or a mythical scene.
God is in the details and the details of the face are awe-inspiring.
The face is cherubic. With its closed eyes, the figure may be praying or sleeping.
Is it the sun or a hood that surrounds the Inuk's head?
This piece is so stunning.
Dale has placed the head in the notch of caribou antlers which form the body of the Inuk.
Peaceful and inspirational.
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