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  • Ancient Beluga Tablemat
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Ancient Beluga Tablemat

    $45.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x45cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST:  The large naturalist drawings of Arctic wildlife have defined the legacy of Tim Pitsiulak (1967-2016), one of the most sought-after contemporary Inuit artists. His love of hunting and his respect for the wildlife in his region is evident in his large scale drawings of Arctic wildlife that capture images of walruses, whales, bears and seals. 

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  • Bears Swimming Placemat/Trivet
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Bears Swimming Placemat/Trivet

    $30.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x30cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST: Cee Pootoogook is older brother to the well-known Cape Dorset contemporary artist, Annie Pootoogook. He has developed a solid reputation for his curious and well executed depictions of spirits and transformations. He also enjoys depicting the day to day activities of community life as well as traditional subjects and wildlife.

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  • Courting Birds Tablemat
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Courting Birds Tablemat

    $45.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x45cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST:  Saimaiyu Akesuk was born in 1988 in Iqaluit but has lived in Cape Dorset her whole life. Her parents are Lau Akesuk and Olayuk Akesuk who was one of the first Members of the Legislative Assembly in Nunavut. Saimaiyu’s confident drawings of birds and bears are characterized by her bold and dynamic simplicity rendered with soft tenderness and a touch of whimsy.

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  • Grade A Amber Maple Syrup
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    HOPSON GRACE

    Grade A Amber Maple Syrup

    $24.00

    Sucrerie Seguin Sugarbush collects sap from red and sugar maple trees in Ontario's French River region. Their syrup is made over wood burning fires, and is considered the best in the world, having been awarded the Gold Medal at the 2016 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.

    375ml • ITEM HG-SYRUP

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  • Nocturnal Owl Placemat/Trivet
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Nocturnal Owl Placemat/Trivet

    $30.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x30cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST:  Ningeokuluk Teevee is both a writer and artist whose comprehensive knowledge of Inuit legends has making her prints highly sought after by collectors. Her first children's book, Alego,, was a nominee for the 2009 Governor General's Awards for children's literature illustration. As an artist, she has had numerous solo shows of her bold and resplendent drawings. Some of her work has been featured in exhibitions in major public galleries and museums.

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  • Owls Perching on a Walrus Tablemat
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Owls Perching on a Walrus Tablemat

    $45.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x45cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST: Jamasie Teevee began to draw in the early 1960s while living in an Inuit Camp on the coastline of southern Baffin Island. During that time, he concentrated primarily on the copper engraving technique, ferrying copper plates back and forth between his campsite and the co-operative in Cape Dorset. Many of his engravings, published in the 1960s and early 1970s, and later his paper drawings, depicted the traditional Inuit camp and hunting activities.

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  • Raw Honey
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    Raw Honey

    $16.00

    We partnered with Ivyridge Honey Farm in Prince Edward County, where owner Bryan Cooper has passionately nurtured a nutrient rich environment for bees on land with an abundant diversity of limestone, wild flowers and native deciduous trees. This lively, complex honey has rich medley of notes and is gathered in fields that border Lake Ontario.

    In its unpasteurized state - unheated, unprocessed and naturally organic - raw, pure honey maintains its minerals, vitamins enzymes and powerful antioxidants. So unlike refined sugar,  it's exact combination of fructose and glucose help regulate the body's blood sugar levels and stabilize blood pressure. Not to be undone, raw honey's anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties also make it an excellent cough medicine. Even sweeter? When it's local, it also contains a blend of local pollen, which can strengthen a person's immune system and reduce pollen allergy symptoms.  

    500g • ITEM HG-HONEY

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  • Six Part Harmony Tablemat
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Six Part Harmony Tablemat

    $45.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x45cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST: A Companion of the Order of Canada and winner of the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts, Kanojuak Ashevak is perhaps the best-known Inuit artist because of her famous print 'The Enchanted Owl' (1960), which was featured on a Canada Post stamp. Ashevak travelled the world with her art, including Japan, where she completed a mural for the 1970 World’s Fair. She received the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts in 2008, and she continued to work and show into her 80s, taking up large-scale drawing and practicing from her home in Cape Dorset. The recently opened Kenojual Cultural Centre and print shop, has been built in her name.

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  • Sopra Deer Crossing Tablemat
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Sopra Deer Crossing Tablemat

    $45.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x45cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST: The large naturalist drawings of Arctic wildlife have defined the legacy of Tim Pitsiulak, one of the most sought-after contemporary Inuit artists. His love of hunting and his respect for the wildlife in his region is evident in his large-scale drawings of Arctic wildlife that capture images of walruses, whales, bears and seals. 

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  • Symphony of Owls Tablemat
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Symphony of Owls Tablemat

    $45.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x45cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST: Ningeokuluk Teevee is both a writer and artist whose comprehensive knowledge of Inuit legends has making her prints highly sought after by collectors. Her first children's book, Alego, was a nominee for the Governor General's Awards for children's literature illustration. As an artist, she has had numerous solo shows of her bold and resplendent drawings. Some of her work has been featured in exhibitions in major public galleries and museums.

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  • Tea Towel,  Black on White Trees
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    Rain Goose

    Tea Towel, Black on White Trees

    $18.00

    Rain Goose fabrics are designed and produced in North Vancouver by Jocelyne Mange.  Each image is hand-printed on small panels, then cut and sewn onto 100% linen. 

    Care: Machine Washable

    43cm x 70cm

    ITEM TOW-LIN-TREE

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  • Tea Towel, Blue Poppy
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    Rain Goose

    Tea Towel, Blue Poppy

    $18.00

    Rain Goose fabrics are designed and produced in North Vancouver by Jocelyne Mange.  Each image is hand-printed on small panels, then cut and sewn onto 100% linen. 

    Care: Machine Washable

    43cm x 70cm

    ITEM POP-BLUE

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  • Tea Towel, Red Bird in Tree
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    Rain Goose

    Tea Towel, Red Bird in Tree

    $18.00

    Rain Goose fabrics are designed and produced in North Vancouver by Jocelyne Mange.  Each image is hand-printed on small panels, then cut and sewn onto 100% linen. 

    Care: Machine Washable

    43cm x 70cm

    ITEM RED-BIR-TEA

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  • Tender Moments Tablemat
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Tender Moments Tablemat

    $45.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x45cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST: Saimaiyu Akesuk was born in 1988 in Iqaluit but has lived in Cape Dorset her whole life. Her parents are Lau Akesuk and Olayuk Akesuk who was one of the first Members of the Legislative Assembly in Nunavut. Saimaiyu’s confident drawings of birds and bears are characterized by her bold and dynamic simplicity rendered with soft tenderness and a touch of whimsy.

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  • Two Loons Tablemat
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    Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

    Two Loons Tablemat

    $45.00

    These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition collection will be donated to the artist(s).

    Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom. Heat resistant to 160ºC. 30x45cm

    ABOUT THE ARTIST: Ningeokuluk Teevee is both a writer and artist whose comprehensive knowledge of Inuit legends has making her prints highly sought after by collectors. Her first children's book, Alego, was a nominee for the Governor General's Award for children's literature illustration. As an artist, she has had numerous solo shows of her bold and resplendent drawings. Some of her work has been featured in exhibitions in major public galleries and museums.

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  • Walnut Pizza Board, 18
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    Walnut Pizza Board, 18"

    $325.00

    This walnut pizza board is locally made of Ontario walnut. For your family-style dinners or a casual meal outside, it also doubles as a cheese and charcuterie board.

    Care: hand wash

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