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Subject is exactly "Carving"
Bow and Harpoon Sculpture
The photo shows a nice carving sculpture that displays a man kneeling down with a bow and another man with a harpoon.
Sculpture of Drum Dancers
The photo shows a sculpture of a couple of dancers and a drummer on a table.
Sculpture of Women Kneeling
The photo shows a sculpture of a woman dressed in traditional clothes kneeling on a table.
Drum Dancer Sculpture
The photo shows a sculpture of a drum dancer on a table.
The photo shows a sculpture of a walrus on a table.
Couple of Sculptures
The photo show a couple of sculptures on a desk, along with a painting on the wall.
The photo shows art that is hanging up on the wall.
Totem Pole Carving
A photo of Leo Jacobs carving a totem pole, F.H. Collins, at the Alaskan Indian Arts at the Crafts North of 60 fair.
Carving Soap Stone
The photo shows Alice Kinavik from Coppermine and Lucy Oliktoak from Holman Island sitting and standing at a table with one of them carving soap stone.
Getting Ready to Craft
A photo of John Hagen getting ready to finish carving a mask at the Alaska Indian Arts.
A photo of an unfinished mask made by John Hagen at the Alaska Indian Arts, Inc.
A photo of John Hagen carving a craft that is going to be made out of wood at the Alaska Indian Arts.
A photo of Susan Clayton painting a wall hanging at the Alaska Indian Arts.
Edwin Kasko Carving
A photo of Edwin Kasko carving a craft made out of wood at the Alaska Indian Arts
A photo of Edwin Kasko carving a craft using wood at the Alaska Indian Arts.
A photo of Alex Banksland from Holman Island who is a Printmaker, sitting down making a print of some sort.
A photo of Brenda Choate painting a wall hanging at the Alaska Indian Arts.
The photo shows a couple of the Wall Hangings at the Alaska Indian Arts.
Detail of carving
The photo shows the detail of carving at the Alaska Indian Arts.
The photo shows a few crafted silver bracelets made by Johnny Avatock, Alaska Indian Arts.