Inuit Art Gallery “Inuit Gifts”, an established Canadian sculptures and prints dealer, based in Huston, QC, has today official announced their online début.
The new Inuit Art & Eskimo Art Gallery website, according to CEO Natalia Herron, provides an easy access to persons wanting to purchase original Inuit sculptures and prints, especially those reflecting the beautiful environment of the Canadian landscape.
“We are working hard on adding lots of information articles about Inuit art history, Inuit communities, Inuit carvers and their art,” notes Natalia.
The site covers the following listing:
As an elegant and distinguished way to represent Canadian’s heritage to foreign delegates and business associates, Natalia points to the Corporate Gifts sections which offers several unique plans for corporate clients. She says these gifts best suit one’s needs with variable discounts, fast shipping service and added features such as gift wrap, artist biographies, among other things.
“We ensure that accurate descriptions, proper packaging, tasteful gift wrap and fast delivery will be executed to your exact needs,” says Natalia, adding that it takes as little as one business day to ship and deliver all corporate gifts.
The company also believes that Dancing bears and Inukshuks are the most appropriate sculptures to give to your international clients or business associates. According to Natalia, the Inuit sculptures are excellent representations of Canadian’s art and can be purchased at very affordable prices.
Claiming to be the finest choice of Inuit soapstone carvings from Cape Dorset, Sanikiluaq, Iqaluit, Igloolik, Kimmirut, dancing bears by Nuna Parr, loons by Jimmy Iqaluq, owls by Pits Qimirpiq, and soapstone inukshuk sculptures, Inuit Art & Eskimo Art Gallery now has a total of some 64 artists on its roster.
“There are situations where I have seen in the past, companies requesting a beautiful carving to be placed on a plaque of a stand with an engraving. For me, this is a deal breaker and a big no-no, as it is something I will not do. The reason behind my strong stance is because I firmly believe Inuit art celebrates the many realties of our naturally endowed environment,” says Natalia.
For further information about the new Inuit Art & Eskimo Art Gallery and its many sculptures and prints, please visit the following website: