Originally a sculptor, Pudlo Pudlat devoted himself to drawing, painting and printmaking due to an arm injury that made carving difficult. Pudlat’s subject matter combines a connection to a traditional culture and a fascination with the new technologies changing his community. In contrast with most of his contemporaries, Pudlat depicted in his art the new objects he encountered in the Canadian North and through his travels including images of air travel, powerboats and even new architecture.
During his lifetime, Pudlat produced over 4500 drawings, 180 prints and several sculptures. His works are in the collections of most Canadian museums and have been exhibited internationally.
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