Magic Hour by Nicotye Samayualie

$900.00

Print will go on sale on Saturday, October 15. See 2022 Dorset Print Collection for further information or contact us at info@ukpikart.ca to inquire about print. Shopping Cart quote is not valid.

Artist:                   Nicotye Samayualie

Community:        Cape Dorset

Year:                     2022

Media:                  Etching & Aquatint

Paper:                   Arches White

Printer:                 Studio PM

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Description

Gorgeous new print from the 2022 Dorset Print Collection: Magic Hour by Nicotye Samayualie

Buttons attract me because they are made of different colours and shapes. I like colourful buttons. -Nicotye Samayualie

Nicotye Samayualie was born on November 25, 1983. She is the daughter of Kudluajuk Ashoona and Johnny Tunnillie Samayualie. Nicotye’s grandmother, Keeleemeeoomee Samayualie was a well known graphic artist whose prints were represented in the Cape Dorset annual print collections throughout the 1970’s and 80’s.

Nicotye is fascinated by patterns and arrangements of disparate objects in nature and man-made materials. Many of her drawings depict everyday items such as the contents of a pantry shelf, a table of shiny fishing lures or boxes of camping supplies.

Nicotye has had her original drawings shown at the Toronto Art Fair and in 2013 her work was featured in an Italian publication, ‘Annie e le Altre’, an ambitious scholastic study that explored the role of women artists in Cape Dorset.

Print will go on sale on Saturday, October 15. See 2022 Dorset Print Collection for further information or contact us at info@ukpikart.cato inquire about print.

Print will be shipped from the Netherlands  through Canuit Inuit Art. Contact info@ukpikart.ca for a shipping quote.

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Additional information

Dimensions 26 × 29 in

bio Nicotye Samayualie

Date of Birth: November 25th, 1983
Place of Birth: Cape Dorset
Mother: Kudlurjuk Ashoona
Father: Jonny Tunnillie Samayualie
Male/Female: Female

Nicotye Samayualie was born on November 23rd, 1983. She is the daughter of Kudluarjuk Ashoona and Johny Tunnillie Samayualie. Nicotye’s grandmother, Keeleemeeoomee Samayualie was a well know graphic artist whose prints were represented in the Cape Dorset annual print collections throughout the 1970s and 80s.
Nicotye is fascinated by patterns and arrangements of disparate objects in nature and man-made materials. Many of her drawings depict everyday items such as the contents of a pantry shelf, a table of shiny fishing lures or boxes of camping supplies.
Nicotye has had her original drawings shown at the Toronto Art Fair and in 2013 her work was featured in an Italian publication, ‘Annie e le Altre’, an ambitious scholastic study that explored the role of women artists in Cape Dorset.

EXHIBITIONS

October, 2011
Toronto Art Fair
Feheley Fine Arts Booth Toronto, Ontario

January – March 2012!
Views from the North: Original Drawings from Cape Dorset
Alaska on Madison
New York, New York

May- June 2012
The Unexpected Feheley Fine Arts Toronto, Ontario

2013
Cape Dorset Graphics (annual collection) (illustrated catalouge)

2013
Toronto Art Fair Toronto, Ontario

August -September 2013
Eight Women
Marion Scott Gallery Vancouver, British Columbia

October – November 2013
The Hand of the Artist Fehely Fine Arts Toronto, Ontario

October 2013
Toronto International Art Fair Metro Toronto Convention Centre Toronto, Ontario

REFERENCE

Tiberini, Elvira Stefania
Annie e le Altre: Artiste Contemporanee Di Cape Dorset. Rome: CISU, 2013

HONOURS, ACHIEVEMENTS AND EVENTS:

2007 – 2008 Calendar Competition winner – Nunavut Mining Symposium

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