10" Owl with Antler Claws by Kellypalik Etidloie

Kelly Etidloie



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Inuit art: Owl
Inuit Artist: Kellypalik (Kelly) Etidloie
Size: 10" wide, 7.75" high, 5" deep. Weight: 6.4 lbs 
Community: Cape Dorset, NU
Stone: Serpentine

Fantastic Owl by a well renowned Inuit carver from Cape Dorset.

Signed by the artist, comes with igloo tag.

The exhibitions speak for themselves when describing the beauty of this piece and the works by Kellypalik. In the last two years I was fortunate enough to come across three of his gorgeous owls / geese. They all sold within 30 days.

This owls fluidity and movement speak to the artistic talents of Kelypalik. It was a centrepiece for our collection as soon as we acquired it. 

 

Kellypalik Etidloie (1966 - )

Kellypalik is the son of the well-known Cape Dorset artists Etidlooie and Kingmeata. His older brother, Etulu Etidlooie is also a carver.

Exhibitions:

1988 Die Kunst aus der Arktis, Inuit Galerie, Mannheim, Germany

1992 Sculpture Inuit, Canadian Guild of Crafts, Montreal, QC

1993 Sculpture and Graphics from Cape Dorset, Art Space Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1993 Sculpture Inuit et Retrospective Pudlo Pudlat, Canadian Guild of Crafts, Montreal, QC

1993 The Theme of Transformation in Inuit Sculpture, The Isaacs/Innuit gallery, Toronto, ON

1994 Mythic Image, Ancestral Spirits Gallery, Port Townsend, WA

1994 Three Young Carvers from Cape Dorset and Drawings by Aoudla Pudlat, Albers Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1994 Kellypalik Etidlooie, Inuit Galerie, Mannheim, Germany

1995 Inuit Mythology, Arctic Experience, Hamilton, ON

1995 Miniaturen, Inuit Galerie, Mannheim, Germany

1996 Major-Minor, Marion Scott Gallery, Vancouver, BC

1996 Emerging Spirit, Banff Centre, organized by Northern Art Impressions, Banff, AB

1996 Sculpture Inuit, Canadian Guild of Crafts, Montreal, QC

1997 Stone & Bone, Inuit Master Carvers of the Canadian Arctic, Northwest Company, Sun Valley Centre, Ketchum ID

2000 Die Kunst aud der Arktis, Art in Stone, Canadian Artic Gallery, Basel, Switzerland

2001 Living Arctic, Inuit Gallery of Vancouver, Vancouver, BC

 

 

Collections:

Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, QC

The Arnold Aubert Vernon Inuit Collection of Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA


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