Sedna by Isaaci Etidloie

Isaaci Eidloie



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Inuit art: Sedna
Size: 8.75" high, 5" wide, 1.5" deep
Community: Cape Dorset
Stone: Serpentine
Inuit Artist: Isaaci Etidloie

According to an Inuit legend, Sedna is the goddess of the sea. Hunters and fishermen have a great respect of her, since she protects seals, whales and other sea creatures, and decides whether to keep them or let them go.

ISAACI ETIDLOIE (1972-)

Community: Cape Dorset
Isaaci comes from a family of renowned Inuit artists, his father, grandfather, grandmother and his uncle are all talented Inuit artists from Cape Dorset.
He started carving at the age of 7, he leaned by watching other artists. 
 Isaaci is known mostly for his loons sculptures, but sometimes he also likes to carve sednas and animals.


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