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SOLD –Duck by Paul Kavik

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Artist: Paul Kavik

Community: Sanikiluaq

Year: Unknown

Media: Stone

SKU: PK0506 Categories: , Tags: , , , , , ,

Description

This delightful duck was carved by Paul Kavik, an Inuit artist from Sanikiluaq. This piece is a fantastic carving with simple lines and great little details. This is a wonderful piece of Inuit art, sure to please the art or nature lover on your gift list.

Additional information

Weight .4 kg
Dimensions 4 x 1 x 2.5 in

About the artist

Paul Kavik
(1948- )
Inuit
Sanikiluaq, Nunavut Territory, Canada
Paul’s father Davidee is also a carver

Exhibits:
Name Institute City Country
Tundra & Ice: Stone Images of Animals and Man presented by Orca Aart at the Adventurers’ Club Chicago USA
Spirit of the Birds Gallery of the Arctic Victoria Canada
Paul Kavik Inuit Galerie Mannheim Germany
Masters of the Arctic: An Exhibition of Contemporary Inuit Masterworks Presented by the Amway Corporation at the United Nations General Assembly New York USA
Sanikiluaq, Belcher Islands: Recent Sculpture Vancouver Art Gallery Vancouver Canada
Belcher Island Sculpture Inuit Gallery of Vancouver Vancouver Canada
Sculpture from Belcher Islands Images of the North San Francisco USA
Recent Sculpture from Sanikiluaq Albers Gallery San Francisco USA
New Beginnings: a celebration of Native expression at the first Native Business Summit Metro Toronto Convention Centre Toronto Canada
Arctic Forms – Inuit Sculpture Arctic Inuit Art Gallery Richmond USA
[Inuit Art Exhibition] Whitby Arts Incorporated, The Station Gallery Whitby Canada
Traditions and Innovations in Inuit Art Sculpture in Stone Images of the North San Francisco USA
Taste Of The Wild Orca Aart Chicago USA
Bears of the North Snow Goose Associates Seattle USA
Inuit Master Carvers Snow Goose Associates Seattle USA
Masterwork Sculpture 1986 Inuit Gallery of Vancouver Vancouver Canada
Paul Kavik Sculpture Albers Gallery San Francisco USA
Keeping Our Stories Alive: An Exhibition of the Art and Crafts from Dene and Inuit of Canada Institute of American Indian Arts Museum Sante Fe USA
Miniaturen Inuit Galerie Mannheim Germany

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