Inuit Art, formerly referred to as Eskimo Art, represents the true essence of Canada. Each sculpture, be it a dancing bear, hunter, or Inukshuk, is meticulously hand-carved by skilled Inuit artists hailing from one of the 25 Inuit communities scattered across the country. These communities include Cape Dorset, Gjoa Haven, Coral Harbour, Pelly Bay, Iqaluit, Rankin Inlet, and many more. The artistry and craftsmanship showcased in these sculptures encapsulate the cultural heritage and artistic traditions of the Inuit people.)
Gallery # 2
GTA Inuit Art
Gary and Donna Notar 7 Lake Promenade, Toronto, ON. (416) - 721 - 5029
Open 7 Days a Week 8:00am to 8:00pm by Appointment
The Living Stone
A captivating video production by The National Film Board. Click the link below to enjoy this intriguing film:
Welcome to GTA Inuit Art, where we curate the most exquisite collection of Inuit soapstone carvings sourced from renowned artists in Cape Dorset, Sanikiluaq, Iqaluit, Igloolik, and Kimmirut.
Our gallery showcases the mastery of Inuit artisans, with pieces like the captivating dancing bears crafted by the talented Nuna Parr, the graceful loons meticulously carved by Jimmy Iqaluq, and the enchanting owls brought to life by the skillful hands of Pits Qimirpiq.
Discover the rich cultural heritage and artistic traditions of the Inuit people through our carefully selected soapstone inukshuk sculptures, each piece telling a unique story and representing a deep connection to the Arctic landscape.
Experience the essence of Inuit and Eskimo artistry in its finest form at our gallery, where every sculpture is a testament to the beauty, history, and craftsmanship of this remarkable culture.