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This sculpture by Inuit artist Eric Lester interprets an inukshuk, a man-made stone landmark used to designate hunting grounds or food caches. An inspirational artwork, Inuit inukshuks "offer us guidance and protection on our journey." Silver-plated resin. 4.75"l. x 4.5"w.
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