Kudluajuk
Ashoona

Kudluajuk
Ashoona

Medium:

drawing, printmaking

Artistic Community:

Kinngait, NU

Date of Birth:

Artists may have multiple birth years listed as a result of when and where they were born. For example, an artist born in the early twentieth century in a camp outside of a community centre may not know/have known their exact date of birth and identified different years.


1958

Work

Biography

Born in 1958, Kudluajuk Ashoona is an emerging graphic artist from Kinngait (Cape Dorset), NU. She began her artistic career in 2011, inspired by the work of her daughter Nicotye Samayualie. Ashoona has steadily become a respected figure among contemporary graphic artists and is recognizable for her nostalgic illustrations of daily life in the North. Ashoona was included in the Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection for the first time in 2014 and has been featured in several prominent exhibitions at the Inuit Gallery of Vancouver in Vancouver, BC and Feheley Fine Arts in Toronto, ON. Her works are currently held in the permanent collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery in Winnipeg, MB.View Long Biography and Citations

Publications

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Title Year Author
Cutting Edge: Paper Today Fall 2018 Inuit Art Quarterly
New Drawings: Kudluajuk Ashoona, Padloo Samayualie and Nicotye Samayualie June 2017 Galleries West
From Quarry to Co-Op: The Art of Stone Spring 2017 John Geoghagan

Exhibitions

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Name Year Gallery
New Drawings: Kudluajuk Ashoona, Padloo Samayualie and Nicotye Samayualie June-July, 2017 Inuit Gallery of Vancouver
Qua’yuk tchi’gae’win: Making Good June-Oct, 2016 Winnipeg Art Gallery
Pulp and Process February 2016 Madrona Gallery

Achievements

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Achievement Year Organization
Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection 2015 Dorset Fine Arts
Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection 2014 Dorset Fine Arts

Public Collections

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Collection Location
Winnipeg Art Gallery Winnipeg, MB, Canada

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September 25, 2018 Edited by: Inuit Art Foundation
March 9, 2018 Created by: Rebecca Gray