Monday, May 09, 2005

Polar Bear With Seal Inuit Art Carving eCard

Some of the most striking Inuit art carvings are the polar bears with some sort of prey in their mouths. Sometimes the prey are fish while others can be seals. Here is a nice example of a polar bear with a seal by Lyta Josephie of Iqaluit, Nunavut. Notice that the polar bear and the seal are two different colors of stone. This is very eye catching. This particular Inuit art carving is 10 inches long and 4 1/2 inches high. It is being shipped to a lucky customer in England this week. However, the rest of us can still enjoy it as it is featured as one of the Free Spirit Gallery eCards of Inuit Art that can be accessed anytime free of charge. Considering sending a message or greeting with this eCard or any of the 16 eCards available.

inuit art carving polar bear

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