Inukshuk by Gii Etungat

Inukshuk carving from Inuit artist Gii Etungat of Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada.

Carved in serpentine, locally quarried stone on Baffin Island. Inukshuks were strategically placed on landscapes to help with caribou hunting, to cache food, and for other important purposes. The name “inukshuk” in the Inuit language means “like a man/human.”

2.5 W x 4 H x 1 D inches

Available for viewing at our Grand Marais gallery.

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Price: $89.00


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Inukshuk by Gii Etungat

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