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Inuit Gallery of Vancouver

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Since 1979 the Inuit Gallery of Vancouver Ltd has presented a museum-quality collection of masterwork Inuit and Northwest Coast Native art.

Founded in 1979, the Inuit Gallery of Vancouver Ltd has been a dominant force in promoting both Inuit and Northwest Coast Native art as Fine Art forms. It is renowned for presenting groundbreaking exhibitions, many of which have helped shaped the direction of both art forms.

The gallery specializes in fine Inuit sculpture in stone and bone, Inuit prints and original drawings; museum-quality Northwest Coast First Nations masks, totem poles, bentwood boxes and other ceremonial objects. Some of the many Inuit sculptors represented include John Pangark, Judas Ullulaq, Barnabus Arnasungaaq, Lucy Tasseor, and Toonoo Sharkey. Northwest Coast artists include master artists Joe David, Ken McNeil, Dempsey Bob, Tim Paul, William White as well as many of the talented next generation of young carvers.

We are happy to discuss the artworks any time and are experienced in helping create specialized collections.

The gallery is open 7 days a week and appointments for private viewing can be arranged.

Visit our web site at to see just some of our collection and please call us toll free (within North America) at 1-888-615-8399 if you wish to see more.

We ship worldwide.

Melanie Zavediuk, Director.

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