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Qanuq Pinngurnirmata: Inuit Stories of How Things Came to Be | Rachel A. Qitsualik & Sean A. Tinsley | 16 full-page illustrations

The Sun and the Moon by Emily Fiegenschuh EmilyFiegenschuh

Inuit goddess Sedna by Tara Borger

Also known as the Sea Spirit, Sedna controlled all animals that were to provide food for the humans. Supposedly, her cut-off fingers became the beasts of the sea, from when her father tried to throw her to the bird.

The power of Tunniq, 2006 - Germaine Arnaktauyok   This print illustrates the supposed incredible strength of the Dorset People, who lived in the Canadian arctic before the arrival of the Inuit.

The power of Tunniq, 2006 - Germaine Arnaktauyok This print illustrates the supposed incredible strength of the Dorset People, who lived in the Canadian arctic before the arrival of the Inuit.

Sedna, revisited by Longhair - Inuit goddess of the sea. Her severed fingers became the ocean mammals.

Illustration for the Inuit story of Sedna, goddess of the sea - though this is my “portfolio edit” version;

Women Speak of Spring by Kenojuak Ashevak | Look North | Inuit Art Gallery, from the Arctic to New York City

Cape Dorset Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevka was born in 1927 on the southern coast of Baffin Island. In 2008 she was awarded the Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts

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