Ningeokuluk Teevee
Inuit Prints

Cross Migration, by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Cross Migration, 2007 (CD07-15)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
stonecut, ed. 9/50, 24½" × 28"
Mitiaraq (Little Duck), by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Mitiaraq (Little Duck), 2007 (CD07-19)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
etching & aquatint, ed. 9/50, 15" × 22½"
Sedna's Wonder, by Nigeokuluk Teevee
Sedna's Wonder, 2009 (CD09-17)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
lithograph, 27" × 20.1"
Ptarmigan's Arrival, by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Ptarmigan's Arrival, 2009 (CD09-20)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
stonecut & stencil, 22" × 24"
Owl Paints the Raven, by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Owl Paints the Raven, 2009 (CD09-21)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
etching & aquatint, 25.8" × 19.9"
Halibut, by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Halibut, 2009 (CD09-25)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
stonecut & stencil, 9.1" × 12"
Avataq Spirit, by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Avataq Spirit, 2009 (CD09-27)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
stonecut & stencil, 15" × 19.7"
Natsiniaqti (Seal Hunter), by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Natsiniaqti (Seal Hunter), 2010 (CD10-22)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Stone cut & Stencil, 61.5 x 66.5 cm
Kamiapiit (Beautiful Boots), by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Kamiapiit (Beautiful Boots), 2010 (CD10-23)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
lithograph, 38.2 x 47.5 cm
Diving Sedna, by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Diving Sedna, 2010 (CD10-24)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Stone cut & Stencil, 62 x 68.7 cm
Tuktu Qukutaq (White Caribou), by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Tuktu Qukutaq (White Caribou), 2010 (CD10-25)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
lithograph, 57 x 76.8 cm
Tulugak's View by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Tulugak's View, 2013 (CD13-12)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
etching and aquatint, 81.5 x 63.5 cm
Elusive Sedna by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Elusive Sedna, 2013 (CD13-14)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
stonecut and stencil, 76 x 62 cm
Ravens in Amautik by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Ravens in Amautik, 2013 (CD13-17)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
stonecut and stencil, 50 x 62 cm
Ruffled Feathers by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Ruffled Feathers, 2014 (CD14-09)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
lithograph, 76.4 × 57 cm
Tailwind by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Tailwind, 2014 (CD14-10)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
stonecut and stencil, 27.5 × 33 cm
The Swimmer by Ningeokuluk Teevee
The Swimmer, 2014 (CD14-12)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
stonecut and stencil, 61.5 × 79.5 cm
Shape Shifter by Ningeokuluk Teevee
Shape Shifter, 2014 (CD14-16)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
stonecut and stencil, 47 × 65.5 cm
Raven's Regalia
Raven's Regalia, 2015 (CD15-04)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Lithograph, 48.9cm × 57.7cm
Bear & Owl
Bear & Owl, 2015 (CD15-05)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Lithograph, 51cm × 38.3cm
Horned Muscox
Magic Ulu, 2016 (CD16-19)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Stonecut & Stencil, 13" x 15"
Chasing the Loon
Neutralizer, 2016 (CD16-20)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Stonecut, 24" x 17.5"
Looking Back
My New Boots, 2016 (CD16-21)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Stonecut & Stencil, 24" x 18"
Courting Birds
Coastal Spirit, 2016 (CD16-22)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Etching & Aquatint, 30" x 44"
Purple Bear
Tip Toe Through the Tundra, 2016 (CD16-23)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Stonecut, 24" x 31"
Twilight Raven
Okpik's Calico, 2016 (CD16-25)
Ningeokuluk Teevee
Stonecut & Stencil, 14.5" x 12"

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Ningeokuluk Teevee – Artist Biography

Ningeokuluk Teevee (b: May 27, 1963 in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada) is a Canadian Inuk writer and artist.


Ningeokuluk Teevee is one of the most versatile and intelligent graphic artists to emerge from the Kinngait Studios. Her unique approach to interpreting traditional legends and stories into her drawings and prints has captivated both the traditional and contemporary Inuit art collector. She is represented in the 2010 print collection with nine images.

Inuit oral tradition is the foundation of much of Ningeokuluk's work. Inspired by stories and legends told by Mialia Jaw to schoolchildren in Cape Dorset, Ningeokuluk is one of a new generation of Inuit artists who are bringing the tales back to life in graphic form.

Born May 27, 1963, Ningeokuluk is the daughter of Joanasie Salomonie (deceased) and his wife Kanajuk. Her father, Joanasie, was a community leader and much loved in Cape Dorset for his sense of humour, mischief and compassion. In the fall of 2009, Ningeokuluk's first children's book was published by Groundwood Books (A Division of House of Anansi Press). Entitled Alego, it is an autobiographical story of a young girl named Alego who goes clamdigging with her grandmother for the first time and, along the way, discovers all of the wonders of the seashore. The book was short-listed for the 2009 Governor General's Literary Award for children's literature illustration.

Dorset Fine Arts (reproduced with permission)

Daphne OdjigDaphne Odjig, Canadian Indigenous Artist and Icon Dies at 97. Click here for more details.

Odjig is frequently referred to as the "Grandmother of Indigenous Art." She has been the recipient of many awards, honours and recognitions for her works, to name a few: The Order of Canada, the Governor General's Award, and eight Honorary Doctorates. Her works have been shown in the National Gallery of Canada, The McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the Canadian Museum of Civilization and the Art Gallery of Ontario.


She established the first native-run fine art print house in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1971. Known as 'Odjig Indian Prints,' this print house was so successful that it evolved into an Indigenous gallery space in 1974, called the New Warehouse Gallery, run by Odjig and her husband, Chester Beavon. She was also a founding member of the Indian Group of Seven. This artistic group's purpose was to promote Contemporary Indigenous art and artists.

Alex JanvierAlex Janvier's major retrospective, "Alex Janvier: Modern Indigenous Master" is now on display at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa.

Alex Janvier is one of Canada's most acclaimed contemporary Indigenous artists. His career of sixty-five years has yielded thousands of paintings, and more than twenty-five murals and public commissions. This retrospective of his artwork is on display from 25 November 2016 to 17 April 2017.

(Photo credit: Kim Griffiths) Click here for more details.