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“Inuksuit” are stone landmarks placed by the Tuniit, Thule, and Inuit peoples throughout the Arctic as pointers for navigation, reference points, or markers for hunting grounds. The earliest examples were built by the Tuniit people more than 2,000 years ago. This series depicts the diversity of inuksuit in purpose and design.

feather rock inuksuk miniature with waterfall
mixed
15" x 12" x 19"
2012
Innunguaq fountain with handmade murre figures and plants
mixed
16” x 12” x 12”
2017
Corian tabletop fountain with inuksuit and pilea
mixed
18” x 5”x 8”
2016
feather rock innunguaq with waterfall and fog
19" x 14" x 15"
2017
Sonw-capped inuksuk fountain with dwarf plants
mixed
15" x 11" x 21"
2016
inuksuk feather rock fountain with fogger and plants
mixed
25" x 15" x 20"
2015
miniature innunguaq fountain of feather rock with centaurium
mixed
11” diameter x 15”
2014
inuksuk rock sculpture with fountain and plant
mixed
15" x 11" x 21"
2011
stone arch inuksuk with waterfall and plants
mixed
23" x 14" x 17"
2012
stone inuksuk tower with waterfall and leptinella plant
mixed
12" x 8" x 13"
2012
miniature innunguaq fountain of feather rock with centaurium, mosses, and fogger
mixed
23” x 15” x 21”
2014
feather rock inuksuk fountain
mixed
15" x 11" x 17"
2013
innunguait fountain and ground cover
mixed
16" x 13" x 14"
2013
indoor inuksuk stone fountain with ivy
mixed
20” x 11” x 8”
2010