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Kuvahaun tulos haulle kenoujak

Kuvahaun tulos haulle kenoujak

028. Inuit mask dancing, Alaska [1880]

Inuit mask dancing, Alaska This mask has an abstract feel to it, almost un natural and full of mystery I thought it was a very interesting design

I always wonder who and why cairns are constructed. As an author, it's fertile ground.

stone cairn or Inukshuk

Kwakiutl Raven mask collected at Tsaxis, Vancouver Island by George Hunt, 1901 -- American Museum of Natural History

Kwakiutl mask Raven mask collected at Tsaxis by George Hunt,

Inukshuk: It's an inuit symbol used for navigation. There are all different sorts of them. You'll see them along the road around here to mark the path to some family event, etc. It would be a way to mark the road out to the camp and to the reception.

Inukshuk- stone figures made by the Inuit of the Arctic. Provide students with a variety of size and shapes of rock to try to build their own stone figures.

Artist: Norval Morrisseau,  Canadian Shaman.

Flowers and Birds::Norval Morrisseau. First Nations/Ojibway

native american totampole animal symbols and meanings | m3prelude.caMusic themed totem pole by

Native american totampole animal symbols and meanings

Nature Sculpture Engineering Challenges for Kids! No extra supplies needed to tackle the engineering process in this STEAM activity. Get outdoors and get creative!

kids sculpture garden-Nature Sculpture Engineering Challenges for Kids! No extra supplies needed to tackle the engineering process in this STEAM activity. Get outdoors and get creative!

i'm loving this pin SO MUCH!!! i think it's made with faux bone, a product i'm extremely interested in. it just naturally goes with PMC

Carolyn Morris Bach I met her at the American Craft Council in SF. wonder if she carves her faces? should have asked.

Crones start to come into their true power after the children are grown. "The process of maturing is an art to be learned, an effort to be sustained. By the age of fifty you have made yourself what you are, and if it is good, it is better than your youth."--Marya Mannes (Crone in Arviat, Nunavut Canada)

Old woman in Arviat, Nunavut Canada (Inuit)

Mother and child in the morning art print by claudiatremblay

Mother and child "in the morning" art print

Mother and child "in the morning" Claudia Tremblay

Ours Polaire Mère et Cubs par Rebecca Grambo

Ours Polaire Mère et Cubs par Rebecca Grambo

Our Home and Native Land

I saw this interpretation of the Canadian flag recently and I love it.

Charles Edenshaw (1839–1920) was a Haida artist from Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada. He is known for his woodcarving, argillite carving, jewellery, and painting.

Charles Edenshaw was a Haida artist from Haida Gwaii, British…

An inuksuk is a balanced based stone sculpture traditionally built by the Inuit. These sculptures were used as hunting and navigation aids, coordination points, message centers, and as spiritual markers.

An inuksuk is a balanced based stone sculpture traditionally built by the Inuit. These sculptures were used as hunting and navigation aids, coordination points, message centers, and as spiritual markers. Great for yard/garden or treasure hunt.

Totem Spirit Spoon by Preston Singletary, 16.25"h x 14"w x 4.5"d, blown and sandcarved glass, 2011

Preston Singletary: Totem Spirit Spoon (blown and sandcarved glass)

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