Creation-arctique | sculpture

Jacques Schwartz

Fax or Phone: 514-733-4878
info@creation-arctique.com

SCULPTURES $200 - $499 CAD

Inuit Sculpture

# 2913

bear and walrus on ice

Simon Quinuajuak

Akulivik

5 X 4 ½ X 3 inches
12 ¾ x 11 ½ x 7 ½ cm

$325 CAD

DESCRIPTION

This is a winter scene on ice where a young bear approaches a walrus that looks almost as big as he is.  The look of alarm in the walrus’ eye is unmistakable!  It is made of dark soapstone, polished to a shine.  The walrus’ teeth are made from antler which is shed by caribous on a yearly basis. Underneath, in the stone, the artist has engraved in roman letters: “Polar Bear & Walrus on ice c-08 Akulivik SIMON QINUOJUAK”. 

TAXES & SHIPPING

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.


Inuit Sculpture

# 21051

spirit

aisa amittuk

akulivik

6 1/2 x5 x 4 3/4
16 1/2 x 13 x1 cm

$200 CAD

DESCRIPTION

This is a superb spirit by Aisa Amittuk, inspired by his father’s sculptures, this one has the tattoos, the cheeks that are breasts, the huge eyes and tortured mouth of Davidialuk’s best carvings  It weighs close to 3 kg (6.6lbs), is made of dark soapstone which was subsequently polished. 

TAXES & SHIPPING

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.


Inuit Sculpture

# 2960

man and seal

johnny aculiak

Inukjuak

11 x 5 x 3 1/2inches
29 x 13 x 9 cm

$499 CAD

DESCRIPTION

Johnny Aculiak, now deceased, has carved this sculpture of a man holding on to a seal.  The carving is made of dark green soapstone which has been well polished.

TAXES & SHIPPING

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.


Inuit Sculpture

# 2865

2-faced owl spirit

adamie amamatuak

Akulivik

5 3/4x 6 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches
14 1/2 x 16 x 9 cm

$250 CAD

DESCRIPTION

Adamie Amamatuak has created an owl spirit with a body and wings, crowned by two back to back bone faces, carved from antler.  The body of the owl is made of serpentine. It is signed underneath in roman characters.

TAXES & SHIPPING

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.


Inuit Sculpture

# 2782

prowling bear

johnny kilabuk

iqaluit

5 ½” x 2 ¼ x 2 ¼ inches
13 ½ x 5 ¾ x 5 ¾ cm

$300 CAD

DESCRIPTION

He has carved his bear out of wonderful, mottled green serpentine which he polished to a shine.  The prowling bear, carved in mottled green serpentine, shows movement through the left front paw in a curving back position and his rear left one extended backwards. His head, his paws and his irresistible back as he walks away are superbly very well.

TAXES & SHIPPING

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.


Inuit Sculpture

# 2708

male spirit with wings

aisa amittuk

Akulivik

10 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 7 inches
26 3/4 x 9 x 18 cm

$300 CAD

DESCRIPTION

This spirit has the strong, riveting, slightly wild eyes one often finds in Aisa’s sculptures, a mouth open into a howl, great hair and two wings held against his face. At the bottom of the bodiless face, which for the artist is the mark of a spirit, one also finds a 3-digit limb, present in many spiritual beings.  Above it and below the mouth, one also sees a male appendage, leaving no doubt as to the masculinity of this spirit!

TAXES & SHIPPING

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.


Inuit Sculpture

# 2816

Woman getting water

aisa aupaluktuk

Inukjuak

8 x 7 x 2 inches
20 ½  x 18 x 5 cm

$475 CAD

DESCRIPTION

This is a woman walking on snow-covered ice with a pail in her left hand and a ladle in her right hand.  Note the excellent details of the face, the hair, decorations on the clothing and the icy snow underfoot.  The carving is made of dark soapstone. .  It is signed underneath in Inuktitut (Inuit syllabics).  

TAXES & SHIPPING

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.


Inuit Sculpture

# 2729

drumming inuk

unidentified artist

6 ¾ x 5 x 5 inches
17 x  13 x13 cm

$475 CAD

DESCRIPTION

Drummer with an expressive face and a solid, powerful appearance.  Markings under the left foot are illegible, so I was not able to identify it.    The stone looks like argillite used in Sanikiluaq or Kuujjuaraapik in arctic Quebec, Canada, dark grey-green with a distinctive striped grain, and it is beautifully polished. Both the stick and the drum are made out of caribou antler and are removable.

TAXES & SHIPPING

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.


Inuit Sculpture

# 2912

sedna

aisa amittuk

akulivik

10 x 13 x 3 ½ inches
25 1/2" x 33 x 9 cm

$400 CAD

DESCRIPTION

This sedna is hiding the right side of her face with her left arm. The only thing showing on the left side is her breast. Sedna is the ruler of the seas and her story is one of the most enduring Inuit legends.  The sculpture is made of well polished dark soapstone.

TAXES & SHIPPING

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.

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AUTHENTICITY

Creation-arctique ! AuthenticityIn order to protect both the artist and the collector, the Canadian Government has registered the igloo symbol as a trademark.  The is often referred to as the “Igloo sticker”.  The igloo symbol also appears on a certificate which often accompanies a sculpture.  This tag certifies that the Inuit sculpture you are purchasing is an authentic piece of Inuit art. 

However, this “igloo tag” is of relative value and should not be your only guarantee that you are buying authentic Inuit art. What is also important is the trust you have in the reputation of the seller with whom you are dealing.  A reputable Inuit art dealer will not sell you an object under false pretences. Please keep in mind that the tags might have been lost for some of the older Inuit/Eskimo carvings and perhaps, in some cases, not have existed.

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Special request and inquiries

We can offer you a large variety of Inuit art, mainly sculptures and limited edition prints.  If you are looking for something specific other than the art shown on this site, please let us know and we will do everything we can to satisfy your requests.

Shipping AND SHIPPING INFO

Payment can be made by major credit cards through PayPal.  You might also wish to pay by postal or bank international money order, cashier's cheque or certified cheque.

Our prices are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

We keep up to date on the current US dollar (USD) and Euro conversions in order to provide you with a realistic approximation of costs.

Shipping fees are added to the cost of the purchase. They vary according to your location and choice of shipping method.

Canadian residents are charged GST, Quebec residents are charged GST and QST.  There are no taxes applied for packages shipped outside of Canada.

Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations.Customs fees may apply in some countries.  Please verify your custom rules and regulations. Those fees are the buyer's responsibility. 

We take the greatest care in packing your purchases.

Your package will be insured for loss and shipped by either Canada Post or any other carrier of your choice.

For further information or for any other enquiry about shipping or payment, please e-mail us info@creation-arctique.com or you phone us if you wish at 514-733-4878.


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About US

My name is Jacques. I fell in love with the first Inuit sculpture I saw when I was a university student, age 21.  That love has never diminished.  On the contrary, it has bloomed and been enriched by information, dialogue, and discovery of various styles and artists.  In 1999, my wife, Rose, and I created this virtual art gallery, Création arctique, and to our great delight, found many people who shared our curiosity about and taste for Inuit/Eskimo art.

Our mission is to present to you a wide variety of Inuit/Eskimo art. We are fully bilingual and we can answer your queries both in French and in English. All enquiries are answered within 24 hours, usually much sooner.  We will gladly send you pictures of different angles of any art piece in which you might be interested. You may wish to contact us via e-mail at creationarctique@videotron.ca .You might also wish to phone or fax us at 514-733-4878. We look forward to hearing from you in the near future, and to having the pleasure of sharing our beautiful art with you.