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OUR SHIPPING CUTOFF DATES ARE DECEMBER 15 (U.S.), DECEMBER 18 (CANADA)

Hopson Grace for Cape Dorset

 

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 unique for its focus on the arts and artists of the community, producing many acclaimed sculptors and drawing artists, whose work can be found in galleries around the world including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of each mat will be given to the artist as well as the Kenojuak Cultural Centre, set to open in 2018.

  • Great Big Bear, Kananginak Pootoogook, 24x24cm
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    HOPSON GRACE FOR CAPE DORSET

    Great Big Bear, Kananginak Pootoogook, 24x24cm

    $30.00

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    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 unique for its focus on the arts and artists of the community, producing many acclaimed sculptors and drawing artists, whose work can be found in galleries around the world including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of each mat will be given to the artist as well as the Kenojuak Cultural Centre, set to open in 2018.

     

    KANANGINAK POOTOOGOOK (1935 – 2010)

    Kananginak Pootoogook was one of Nunavut's premier visual artists and a longtime member of Cape Dorset's world-famous Inuit print studio. His works have depicted Arctic wildlife, especially birds, and traditional Inuit culture.

    Pootoogook worked with a variety of artistic media, including lithography, etching and stone sculpture. In 1997 he built an inukshuk for then Govenor General Romeo LeBlanc as part a tribute to Canada’s aboriginal peoples. Just prior to his death, Pootoogook received a National Aboriginal Achievement Award for his work in the arts.

    Made for Hopson Grace in Bath, England.  Heat resistant to 160ºC.

    Care: Wipe with a damp cloth.

    24 x 24cm • ITEM POOTOOGOOK-BEAR

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  • Red Walrus, Tim Pitsiulak, 30x45cm
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    HOPSON GRACE FOR CAPE DORSET

    Red Walrus, Tim Pitsiulak, 30x45cm

    $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 unique for its focus on the arts and artists of the community, producing many acclaimed sculptors and drawing artists, whose work can be found in galleries around the world including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of each mat will be given to the artist as well as the Kenojuak Cultural Centre, set to open in 2018.

     

    TIM PITSIULAK (1967-2016)

    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.

    Made for Hopson Grace in Bath, England.  Heat resistant to 160ºC.

    Care: Wipe with a damp cloth.

    30 x 45cm • ITEM PITSIULAK-WALRUS

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  • Running Rabbit, Tim Pitsiulak, 30x45cm
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    HOPSON GRACE FOR CAPE DORSET

    Running Rabbit, Tim Pitsiulak, 30x45cm

    $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 unique for its focus on the arts and artists of the community, producing many acclaimed sculptors and drawing artists, whose work can be found in galleries around the world including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of each mat will be given to the artist as well as the Kenojuak Cultural Centre, set to open in 2018.

     

    TIM PITSIULAK (1967-2016)

    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.

    Made for Hopson Grace in Bath, England.  Heat resistant to 160ºC.

    Care: Wipe with a damp cloth.

    30 x 45cm • ITEM PITSIULAK-RABBIT

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  • Twilight Raven, Pitaloosie Saila, 30x45cm
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    HOPSON GRACE FOR CAPE DORSET

    Twilight Raven, Pitaloosie Saila, 30x45cm

    $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 unique for its focus on the arts and artists of the community, producing many acclaimed sculptors and drawing artists, whose work can be found in galleries around the world including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of each mat will be given to the artist as well as the Kenojuak Cultural Centre, set to open in 2018.

     

    PITALOOSIE SAILA (1942 -  )

    Pitaloosie Saila is a graphic Inuit artist from Cape Dorset whose work tends towards images of strong, nurturing women as well as birds and mythical Taleelayu. Her work has been shown in Canada, the United States and Europe.

    Made for Hopson Grace in Bath, England.  Heat resistant to 160ºC.

    Care: Wipe with a damp cloth.

    30 x 45cm • ITEM SAILA-RAVEN

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  • The Chase, Ohotaq Mikkigak, 30x45cm
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    HOPSON GRACE FOR CAPE DORSET

    The Chase, Ohotaq Mikkigak, 30x45cm

    $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 unique for its focus on the arts and artists of the community, producing many acclaimed sculptors and drawing artists, whose work can be found in galleries around the world including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of each mat will be given to the artist as well as the Kenojuak Cultural Centre, set to open in 2018.

     

    OHOTAQ MIKKAGAK (1936 – 2014)

    Born in Cape Dorset, Ohotaq Mikkagak began drawing in the early years of the community’s print program. He was a fixture at the Kinngait Studios, and worked on drawings covering a wide range of themes and subjects, including an illustrated life history. Mikkagak had his first solo exhibition of prints and drawings in 2010, and in 2012 a number of his large-scale drawings were exhibited in a highly acclaimed show alongside venerable Canadian artist Jack Bush at the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery at the University of Toronto.

    Made for Hopson Grace in Bath, England.  Heat resistant to 160ºC.

    Care: Wipe with a damp cloth.

    30 x 45cm • ITEM MIKKIGAK-CHASE

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