Wild Things: Prints by artist Papiara Tukiki

Papiara Tukiki (b. 1942) is an elder artist currently living in Kinngait (Cape Dorset). She was born at a camp in Nuwatta, located on the Foxe Peninsula on the southern end of Baffin Island. Tukiki lived in camps until 1962 when she moved into the settlement community at Kinngait. Shortly before the move, she began to experiment with drawing while … Read More

Artist Talk with Samaiyu Akesuk and Papiara Tukiki

This year Feheley Fine Arts is pleased to be the Canadian Host Gallery for the 2015 Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection. Along with our preview of the first edition prints, we are delighted to be hosting a gallery talk on Friday, October 16, from 1-3 pm with two wonderful artists featured in this year’s collection, Papiara Tukiki and Saimaiyu Akesuk. … Read More

Drawings by Papiara Tukiki

Exhibition opened April 20, 2013 The renaissance in Inuit drawing has been the largest development coming out of the hamlet of Cape Dorset in recent years. Historically the print release was the economic engine of the cooperative, an operation that began in the late 1950s and continues to this day. Drawings were the source for the output of prints that … Read More