Thursday, January 31, 2008

Set of Inuit Art Inukshuk Sculptures as Corporate Business Gifts

We just did a quick project for a company located here in Mississauga that required locating a set of Inuit art inukshuk sculptures for a company event. These inukshuk carvings were to be used as corporate business gifts. See a photo of these pieces at the Inuit Art as Corporate Business Gifts article.

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Video of Native Indian Pow Wow Dancers

Here's a video clip of Native Indian pow wow dancers from the Canadian Aboriginal Festival in Toronto. Excellent energy and was really something to see live. This is great addition to the already huge video collection at the Free Spirit Gallery website. Free Spirit Gallery deals with Native Indian artwork.

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Women Native Indian Dancers Video

Here's another video from the Canadian Aboriginal Festival in Toronto. It features women Native Indian dancers using their colourful costumes as part of their dance and is really something to watch, especially with the native drum beat in the background. See the video at Native Indian Dancers.

Monday, January 28, 2008

New Northwest Native American Indian Art Limited Edition Print

We've added a new Northwest Native American Indian art print at our gallery. This is a limited edition print numbered 10 of 75 total. It is a wolf and deer by Squamish Nation artist Wesley Nahanee. For more details of this beautiful art print, click on the image below.

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We have only one of these Northwest Native American Indian art limited edition prints so check it out before it's gone.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Appraisals For Valuing Older Native American Art

We sometimes get requests to help people in valuing their older pieces of Native American art. However, Free Spirit Gallery does not deal with older pieces and is not set up for appraisals. There is an article about valuing older Inuit art that will have the same types of recommendations for those who want to get appraisals for older Native American art. We suggest to all individuals who have older pieces to check out this article as well.

Again, we have to re-emphasize, we do NOT do appraisals for any artwork and will refer you back to the article mentioned. We are just a gallery with new contemporary pieces of Inuit art and Northwest Native American art.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Inuit Art Sculptures Eskimo Arctic Artwork Book For Free

Many of our customers who have purchased Inuit art from our gallery still haven't taken advantage of our free downloadable book featuring information facts on artwork from the Arctic north as well as many beautiful images of original Inuit artwork.

All one has to do is sign up on our free monthly newsletter in the boxes at the top right side of this blog page and you will get access to this wonderful ebook. For more details of this book, click on the image below.

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Monday, January 21, 2008

A Very Rare Inuit Art Print

One of the Inuit art prints we have at our native art gallery is very rare because this one happens to be from the Puvurnituk shop which closed down back in 1989. There have been no further limited edition Inuit art prints coming out of Puvurnituk ever since.

See more details of the Hunter with Seal art print from Puvurnituk that we have.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Our Popular Native American Art Salmon Fish Carvings

Looks like our Native American art salmon fish carvings have been very popular recently. Here are just two very happy customers who recently purchased salmon fish carvings. Here's what J. Prunty of St. Louis says;

"My salmon woodcarving arrived today. It's just beautiful. It was even nicer than I expected. This piece will be given to a dear friend who is a collector of Northwest Indian art. I know that she will appreciate it even more than I. Please let artist Gary Baker know how much his beautiful creation means to us. And thank you for your great service and excellent communication."

D. Weiss of Alameda, California also purchased a salmon fish carving and this is what she had to say;

"I want to let you know we received our lovely carved salmon. What a beautiful art piece. The fish is even more lovely than on the website. Thank you for sending this so quickly. We will cherish this for a long time."

We still have two Native American art salmon fish carvings left at the gallery.

Downloadable Northwest Native American Art Book

I still find it interesting how even some of our customers have not downloaded our free Northwest Native American art book yet. For lovers of Native American art or even for those just curious to get an idea of what this field of art is all about, our book is an excellent resource for information complete with beautiful photos. To get a more complete description of our 35 page book, click onto the image below.

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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Walking Polar Bear Inuit Sculpture As Corporate Business Gift

One customer called during the weekend and was in need of a corporate business gift for a trip to Europe. She was to be flying out in two days. So she picked out a few potential pieces from our Inuit sculpture gallery and I brought them to an agreed meeting place downtown Toronto. I brought an Inuit inukshuk, a dancing bear and a walking polar bear sculpture.

It was decided that the walking polar bear Inuit sculpture would probably be the most suitable as a unique corporate business gift from Canada. It was thought that the dancing bears are aimed more towards serious collectors of Inuit art and the inukshuk is for a niche market as well since they are not well known. The walking polar bear on the other hand is classic.

So this customer purchased the walking polar bear on the spot and was no longer in a panic for a last minute corporate business gift.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Two Inuit Inukshuk Sculptures Left Including Rare Seal Inukshuk

There are presently two Inuit inukshuk sculptures left at the gallery with one of them being a very rare inukshuk with a seal carving. See both of these at Inuit Inukshuk sculptures as they bring an Arctic touch to your home. Below is an image of the rare seal inukshuk.

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Thursday, January 10, 2008

Wants To Learn Inuit Carving

I received a message from somebody who mentioned that he would like to learn to carve like the Inuit and was wondering if there were any patterns available. I told him that the Inuit carvers do not use patterns but rely on free hand as well as their imagination and familiarity with the different animals up north. It would also be helpful to buy a small Inuit carving to study it in detail at home.

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Paul Joseph Will Make More Northwest Native Canadian Indian Art

Master carver Paul Joseph will make more Northwest Native Canadian Indian art carvings for Free Spirit Gallery despite his erratic working schedule. His artwork continues to be popular and in demand from our customers. Last time we had a shipment of his artwork, the choice and rare pieces were sold very quickly.

Most buyers were alerted to the arrival of Paul's work right away since they were on the monthly gallery newsletter subscriber list. Other potential buyers who were not on this list may have faced some disappointment since they were too late to order the pieces they wanted. So avoid disappointment by getting on this subscriber list so that you will be among the first to know about any of Paul Joseph's new artwork that arrives here. Simply enter your name and e-mail in the boxes at the top right of this blog page to become a subscriber to our free monthly newsletter.

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Canadian Aboriginal Hockey Team Part Of Toronto League

There's a new recreational hockey league based in Toronto that is made up of teams with Canadian players representing their original cultural backgrounds. Such teams represent Poland, Korea and even a Canadian aboriginal hockey team. They play each other as a quasi international competition and it has been quite successful so far.

Speaking of hockey, if you are a fan of professional hockey, check out the official NHL (National Hockey League) hockey jerseys at Ice Jerseys or click on the graphic below;


Monday, January 07, 2008

New Northwest Native American Art To Come From Cody

I spoke to master carver Cody Mathias last night and he will be making some more Northwest Native American art carvings for us soon. He will be making some more bears (since they seem to sell fast), killer whales and even a wolf.

These new carvings from Cody probably won't be finished until sometime in February but when they do come in, our monthly newsletter subscribers of course will be the first to know -- so get on the list if you are not on already by signing up at the box at the top right of this blog page.

Sunday, January 06, 2008

Grand Entry Of First Nations Native Aboriginal Dancers

Here's the video clip of the Grand Entry of First Nations Native Aboriginal dancers at the Canadian Aboriginal Festival in Toronto recently. It's 4 minutes and 7 seconds. See more clips at Native Aboriginal videos.

Friday, January 04, 2008

Native American Indian Art Shipped By FedEx

Our Native American Indian art and Eskimo art pieces are usually shipped by FedEx and sometimes US Postal Service or Canada Post expedited services. We always encourage our customers to consider ordering more than one item at a time since in the case of multiple items, we will try to combine shipping to lower overall shipping costs.

Of course, many of our pieces feature FREE shipping within North America (personal delivery for customers within the greater Toronto area).

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Thursday, January 03, 2008

Inuit Art Arctic Loon Bird Carving

Saima Alayco of Akulivik is one of the finest Inuit art carvers of Arctic bird carvings. Here is an example of his work. We carry his bird carvings on a semi-regular basis but this is the last piece of his we have left at the gallery. It is a wonderful loon bird and as one can see, there is really nice details with the feathers. For more details of this lovely Inuit art carving, click on the image.

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Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Start 2008 New Year with an Inuit Art Calendar

If you are a lover of Inuit art, start your 2008 New Year with an Inuit art calendar from our suggested source of wall calendars. Each month will show an Inuit art design by a master Inuit artist.

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Happy New Year From Native American Indian Art Free Spirit Gallery

Happy New Year to all from Native American Indian art specialist Free Spirit Gallery. Thank you for visiting our blog and gallery website during 2007. We have lots in store for 2008 including many video clips from the Canadian Aboriginal Festival that was held in Toronto, Canada during early December. Make sure that you are on our free monthly newsletter list in order to get alerts on when new video clips, information articles and new Native American Indian art pieces arrive at the gallery. As a subscriber, you also get access to our free informative ebooks on Native American Indian art and Eskimo art. The subscribe box is on the top right of this blog page.