Inuit Sculpture - Mask Boy - John Kurok
Ceramic sculpture mask of a young boy by Rankin Inlet Inuk artist John Kurok.
Artist: John Kurok
Rankin Inlet, Canada
H8" x W5" x D3"
Signed by Artist
John Kurok is an artist from Kangiqliniq (Rankin Inlet), NU, who works primarily as a ceramicist. He first began working with clay in high school and was soon instructing others in a variety of ceramic programs. Kurok’s practice has also expanded to include detailed and finely crafted stencil prints in 2002. Kurok's drawing skills were apparent as a young teenager and he began working full-time as a ceramist in 1996.
Kurok's emphasis is on the relationship of different forms and movements, with a focus on birds and human faces.
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