Renowned Inuit Artist Kenojuak Ashevak Walks On  Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/01/13/renowned-inuit-artist-kenojuak-ashevak-walks-146934#

Kenojuak Ashevak, renowned Inuit artist believed to be the last living link to the birth of Inuit printmaking, at her home in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, at the age of Her work gained worldwide recognition as iconic of the Canadian Arctic

Tamara de Lempicka in Marcel Rochas 1929 Paris Photo by Dora Kallmus (Madame d’Ora Studio) Art Deco Icon

Tamara De Lempicka - 1929 - Photo by Dora Kallmus (Madame D'Ora Studio) - Paris ~ born Maria Górska in Warsaw, Poland, was a Polish Art Deco painter and "the first woman artist to be a glamour star".

KENOJUAK ASHEVAK 2011

KENOJUAK ASHEVAK 2011

Inuit Art Quarterly featuring Kenojuak Ashevak on the cover

Inuit art has become a Canadian icon, as recognizable as maple leaves and beavers.

American ceramic artist and painter Toshiko Takaezu:  "You are not an artist simply because you paint or sculpt or make pots that cannot be used.  An artist is a poet in his or her own medium.  And when an artist produces a good piece, that work has mystery, an unsaid quality; it is alive."

Toshiko Takaezu: "You are not an artist simply because you paint or sculpt or make pots that cannot be used. An artist is a poet in his or her own medium. And when an artist produces a good piece, that work has mystery, an unsaid quality; it is alive.

Kenojuak Ashevak, the artist. A talented seamstress, Kenojuak transferred her skill at making inset designs in animal skin clothing to producing drawings and prints.

Pay homage to Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevak with our 1963 documentary short, Eskimo Artist: Kenojuak.

Women artists of the Canadian Inuit, 2016: "In sharp contrast to the Western art world where women have been largely sidelined or excluded, in the Canadian Inuit society of Cape Dorset, it is the women who are recognised as the leaders of the contemporary Inuit art movement."

Women artists of the Canadian Inuits

robert kushner artist - Bing Images

Robert Kushner artist -- like the size of the painting. Kushner uses ink, acrylic, metal leaf, metallic paint, and various other materials in his works.

collageoftheweek: The master Eric Carle in his studio HarperCollins Children's Books

pipsqueak-press: Eric Carle in his studio harpercollinschildrens: collageoftheweek: The master Eric Carle in his studio, from Magazine Vol. 6 No. Love this picture of Eric Carle in his studio

“I never liked the middle ground–the most boring place in the world.” -Louise Nevelson

Breaking Tradition: The Story of Louise Nevelson

By my eternal favorite photographer Richard Avedon: Louise Nevelson, sculptor, New York, May 1975

A place for art

"Resplendent Owls" by Kenojuak Ashevak, Inuit artist​ kK

Yetl/Taqlikic is the Tlingit name for Raven, the trickster. He was said to have brought water to earth,. Freed the sun moon and stars, created Dog, death, introduced hunting and meat eating, created whale oil, convinced the old sea woman to use tides...

Yetl/Taqlikic is the Tlingit name for Raven, the trickster. He was said to have brought water to earth

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