The Different Styles of Inuit Sculptures

Written by Clint Leung

At first, all Inuit soapstone sculptures fromrepparttar Arctic may look alike. However, there are variances in artistic styles amongrepparttar 137013 different Inuit art producing communities. Although all communities produce Inuit sculptures featuring both animal and human subjects, some seem to do more animals while others do more people figures. Some communities make their subjects appear quite realistic with lots of high detail while in others, a more crude and primitive look is preferred. There are Inuit sculptures that have a highly polished finishes and some that arerepparttar 137014 complete opposite where they are left dull and unpolished.

Some areas specialize in producing small scale miniatures much likerepparttar 137015 artwork by their ancestors who first came into contact with white men. Inuit sculpture can range from quite conservative to bold or even wildly outrageous. Scenes can be playful like a piece depicting two Inuit children playing or with a sense of humor like a walrus waving. Onrepparttar 137016 other end, transformation and shamanic pieces can look disturbing or even frightening to some. Hunting scenes can portrayrepparttar 137017 gory realities of life and death in nature.

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