Birds made of branches of tamarack trees are formed into decoys for hunting. Seen against a snowy background a goose would mistake this for a friend. These tamarack birds were made by Paul Chakasim.
This building used to be the training centre for employees of the Hudson Bay company. I'm not sure if it is still standing. It was painted by Leo Etherington.
Bird in stone
Seals in stone
Beluga in stone

Sculpture in stone, soapstone and gypsum by
John Ivan Etherington of Moosonee

Loons in soapstone
Billy Wapachee's Brother to the Grey Wolf is a beautiful print.

Please excuse the quality of the image. It was already framed, so I shot it with video.

Polar bears in gypsum
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