Vancouver Inukshuk wall hanging
This is my version of the Inukshuk on English Bay in Vancouver, BC where I lived for over 30 years.
As this site says: “This ancient symbol of the Inuit culture is traditionally used as a landmark and navigational aid and also represents northern hospitality and friendship. Constructed of grey granite by Alvin Kanak of Rankin Inlet, this monument was commissioned by the Government of the Northwest Territories for its Pavilion at EXPO 86 and later given to the City of Vancouver.”
This wall hanging is made mostly from the fabulous sari silk ribbon with batik cotton prints for the actual inukshuk. The gorgeous pinks, oranges and yellows reflect the sunset as often seen from the beach.
This wall art measures 8″x 8″, is mounted on 140 pound watercolor paper, ready for framing.
Work is unframed and not matted. Please note color may be slightly different due to computer monitors and screens. Free shipping to Canada & the US!
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