Hunter on Kayak by Noah Jaw


Artist:                    Noah Jaw

Community:         Kinngait — Cape Dorset

Year:                       2017

Media:                    Stone


Nice carving of Inuit Hunter on Kayak by Noah Jaw from Kinngait

Emerging artist Noah Jaw is most known for his bears and his hunter in kayak carvings.  His carvings are strong and clean in design.  He carves with clear lines on his bears, musk oxen and kayakers.  He will often include ropes of leather or small tools and spears carved from bone or antler.  He also enjoys carving walruses and musk oxen.  His work has been exhibited in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, New York City, South Korea and Germany.

He comes from a family of artists.  His father is Matthew Jaw, an established carver as well as former mayor of Cape Dorset.  His brothers Kellypalik Jaw and Ricky Jaw are also carvers.  His aunt is graphic artist Geela Jaw.  His uncle is renowned carver Pootoogook Jaw.  Noah has spent many hours learning techniques and skills from his family.


Additional information

Weight 0.7 kg
Dimensions 13 × 4 × 4 in

Bio Noah Jaw

Noah Jaw

(12 February 1976- ) | Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada


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