Like many Inuit artists, Kenojuak Ashevak has spent most of her life living on the land in a manner similar to that of her ancestors. She was born at the south Baffin Island camp of Ikirisaq, and grew up travelling from camp to camp on south Buffin and in Canada’s Eastern Arctic.
Kenojuak first began experimenting with drawing and stone carving in the late 1950s. Her early work appeared in the Cape Dorset Annual Graphics Collections, launching a career that would include numerous national and international commissions, special projects and exhibitions.
- Overall framed Art measures 24" x 30"
- Black composite frame measures 2.5" all around
- Made in Canada
All proceeds go towards the United Indians' programs and services which support the urban Native community.