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How Tim Pitsiulak’s Work is Connected to the Land

Inuit Art Foundation | September 24, 2021

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How Tim Pitsiulak’s Work is Connected to the Land

Uqallaqatigiinngniq: Sharing Voices

Sep 24, 2021

by Kailey Sheppard

Tim Pitsiulak was born in Kimmirut, NU, in 1967 and was inspired by his aunt, Kenojuak Ashevak CC, RCA, (1927-2013) to begin drawing early on as a child. Despite dabbling in sculpture and being trained in jewellery making, Pitsiulak primarily focused his efforts on printmaking and drawing. He first reached acclaim with his print Caribou Migration (2005) shortly after moving to Kinngait (Cape Dorset), NU.

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