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Locally handmade and one of a kind. Sustainable holiday giving.
Locally handmade. Sustainable holiday giving.

Inuit Caterpillar Carving


Quirky, cute, a little weird - this sculpture is the home decor you never knew you needed. This bone and stone caterpillar with a sweet smile is one of a kind!

Vertebrae (bone), stone, antler
20 x 13 x 12cm

Kellypalik Etidloie is the son of the well-known Cape Dorset artists, Etidloie and Kingmeata. His father, Etidloie Etidloie was a carver, while his mother, Kingmeata Etidloie was a graphic artist. His older brother, Etulu is a Cape Dorset carver as well. He is best known for his carvings of narwhals, muskoxen, and inuksuit.

Kelly's work has been exhibited across Canada, as well as in the United States, France, Germany, and Switzerland.