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- Artist Bio
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Pitsiulak Qimirpik was born January 17, 1967 in Iqaluit and currently resides in Kimmirut. His adoptive parents, Nuyaliaq and Annie Qimirpik are carvers from Lake Harbour, and his step-brother, Michael Nakashoo, is a carver as well. Pitsiulak enjoys working mainly in soapstone sculpture, and since 1984, he has been exhibiting his work throughout the United States and Canada. Pitsiulak draws his inspiration from Acrtic wildlife as well as the human form.
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