Pudloo
Samayualie

Pudloo
Samayualie

Medium:

animation, drawing, jewellery, printmaking

Artistic Community:

Kinngait (Cape Dorset), NU

Date of Birth:

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Kinngait, NU
08 October 1977

Work

Biography

Pudloo Samayualie is best known for her graphic work, yet is multi-disciplinary artist working across sculpture, animation, and jewellery making. Her technical precision in her drawings lend them an architectural visual language, through which Samayualie depicts the world around her. Samayualie was the artist in residence at the Brooklyn Museum in New York in 2016, and had her first solo exhibition at Feheley Fine Arts, “Padloo Samayualie: North & South” in 2017. Her work is held in the permanent collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery in Winnipeg, MB, and the Richard F. Brush Museum in Canton, NY.View Long Biography and Citations

Publications

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Title Year Author
Featured Artist: Padloo Samayualie Fall/Winter 2017/18 The Humber Literary Review
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 Geoghegan

Exhibitions

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Name Year Gallery
Pulp and Process III January 2018 Madrona Gallery
Padloo Samayualie: North & South Oct - Nov 2017 Feheley Fine Arts
Nicotye Samayualie & Padloo Samayualie January 2016 Feheley Fine Arts

Achievements

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Achievement Year Organization
Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection 2012 Dorset Fine Arts

Public Collections

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Collection Location
Richard F Brush Art Gallery, St Lawrence University Canton, NY, United States
Winnipeg Art Gallery Winnipeg, MB, Canada

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December 3, 2018 Created By: Lera Kotsyuba