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Annie Pootoogook took the Canadian art world by storm when she arrived on the scene with her drawings of daily life in Cape Dorset. Her current solo show at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre reminds. Canadian Artists, American Artists, Annie Pootoogook, Art Inuit, Icelandic Artists, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Arts Award, Popular Art

Annie Pootoogook: Spirit with Flowers - Canadian Art

Annie Pootoogook took the Canadian art world by storm when she arrived on the scene with her drawings of daily life in Cape Dorset. Her current solo show at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre reminds...

Writer and expert in contemporary art and architecture Annie Pootoogook, Inuit Art, Arts Award, Canadian Art, Art Club, First Nations, Famous Artists, Art For Kids, Art Projects

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Though Pitseolak prefered to work in solitude, she seemed to welcome quiet visits from her grandchildren, such as Annie Pootoogook. Annie Pootoogook, “Pitseolak Drawing with Two Girls on the Bed,” private collection. Annie Pootoogook, Inuit Art, Canada, Two Girls, Make Art, Learn To Draw, Online Art, Art Boards, New Art

Pitseolak Ashoona: Life & Work

Though Pitseolak prefered to work in solitude, she seemed to welcome quiet visits from her grandchildren, such as Annie Pootoogook. Annie Pootoogook, “Pitseolak Drawing with Two Girls on the Bed,” 2006, private collection.

A Portrait of Pitseolak by Annie Pootoogook, pencil crayon, ink, Inuit, Cape Dorset Annie Pootoogook, Mexico Art, Inuit Art, American Indian Art, Native American, Outsider Art, Native Art, National Museum, American Artists

Akunnittinni: A Kinngait Family Portrait—Pitseolak Ashoona | Napachie Pootoogook | Annie Pootoogook > Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)

Loosely translated, the Inuktitut word Akunnittinni means “between us.” This exhibition chronicles a visual dialogue between an Inuk grandmother, mother, and daughter—Pitseolak Ashoona (1904-1983), Napachie Pootoogook (1938-2002), and Annie Pootoogook (1969- ). Their artworks provide a personal and cultural history of three generations of Inuit women whose art practices included autobiographic narratives and have chronicled […]