‘Spirits of Land, Air and Water’: Inuit Antler Carvings at Arctic Museum

Phanuelie Palluq, Spirit Man, 2007, Igloolik. Antler. Robert and Judith Toll Collection, photograph by Dean Abramson.

Phanuelie Palluq, Spirit Man, 2007, Igloolik. Antler. Robert and Judith Toll Collection, photograph by Dean Abramson.

Carvings of drummers, dancers, acrobats and spirits of all sorts area on view in the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum’s newest exhibit, Spirits of Land, Air, and Water: Antler Carvings from the Robert and Judith Toll Collection.

The exhibit features more than 30 carvings fashioned from caribou antlers by Inuit from the Canadian Arctic, as well as a selection of Inuit prints highlighting the significance of caribou in Inuit culture. Read more.

 

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