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Antler

Antler

Fig. 1, Sami Knife and Knife Sheath, 2002, Metal, reindeer antler, leather H1.5 x W4 x L20cm A. Kitok, Sweden Antlers displayed by representatives of the deer family are of a bone substance that shed and re-grow annually. In the Arctic there are mainly two species,...
Drawings and Paintings

Drawings and Paintings

Fig. 1, Composition, 1973, H45.5 x W61 cm, Paper, pencil Tivi Paningina, Ivujivik, Nunavik, Canada Unlike prints which were dealt with in a previous article, drawings and paintings have always been a part of the forms of expression in circumpolar Arctic. Before paper...
Spring in the Arctic

Spring in the Arctic

Fig. 1 Egg Collector, ca. 2007 Whalebone, baleen, walrus tusk, plastic line, H22 x B11 x D9cmIdris Moss-Davies, Qikiqtarjuaq (Broughton Island), Nunavut, Canada April is over. It has been the coldest April for many years as well. But May is not yet a happy month...

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