Salt Spring Island resident Abraham Anghik Ruben holds the order of Canada and has award-winning pieces in public and private collections around the world.
Measurements: 21" x 16" x 9"
Materials: Indian Soapstone
"Bear Dancing" by famous Canadian Inuit Artist and master soapstone carver, Abraham Ruben.
Expo 86 Banners and backdrop for NWT Pavilion performance stage
Vancouver, Canada 1986
1990 Northern Myth Northern Legend, National competition for Glaxo/Smith/Kline Canadian Headquarters (16’ limestone sculpture)
1993 Manulife national sculpture competition for placement at BC Gas Building, Vancouver, Canada
1992 Holocaust Sculpture Memorial, Holocaust Museum, Israel
2016 Recipient of the Officer of the Order of Canada
• The Smithsonian’s National- Museum of the American Indian Washington, D.C, USA
• The Rockwell Museum Corning, New York, USA
• Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Halifax, Nova Scotia
• Museum Cerny Inuit Collection Bern, Switzerland
• Art Gallery of Ontario AGO Toronto, Ontario
• Canadian Embassy Washington DC, USA
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• 2018 Altered Perception, Elevation Gallery, Canmore, BC
• Born in Paulatuk, Northwest Territories in 1951
• University of Alaska 1971-1975
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