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Kulula Itulu




Kupapi Ningiusiak


Kupapik Ningecheock


Kusiajuk Kolola


Leetia Qayaq


Lew Philip

Lew Philip is an Inuit artist who was born in Arctic Bay, Nunavut in the of 1947. He now resides in Iqaluit, Nunavut. Philip started carving in 1958, from observing his Father and brother. Philip works in all materials such as Whale bone, Soapstone, Antler, Marble and baleen. Philip has exhibited his work in the Ottawa's northern lights trade show. Philip is a retired Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer. Philip now enjoys his time with his wife and four son's Gary, Barry, Gerry and Simeonie and his 5 grandchildren.

looty Pijamini

Looty Pijamini (Inuktitut syllabics: ᓘᑎ ᐱᔭᒥᓂ) (born 1953) is an Inuit artist.[1] He lives and works in Grise Fiord, Nunavut.[2] Pijamini was born November 14, 1953, in Clyde River, Nunavut,[3] and moved to Grise Fiord in 1961, when his father, who was a special constable in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police was posted there.[4] Along with Simeonie Amagoalik in Resolute, Pijamini was commissioned by the Canadian government to build a monument to the High Arctic relocation which took place in 1955. Pijamini's monument, located in Grise Fiord, depicts a woman with a young boy and a husky, with the woman somberly looking out towards the ocean. Pijamini said that he intentionally made them look melancholy because the relocation was not a happy event. The monument was unveiled in September 2010, and received praise from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.[5]

Louis Arnaryuinnaq

Lucassie Ikkidluak