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Etidloie Petaulassie
(PETOLASSIE; EETIDLOOIE; ETIDLOOIELA; ETIDLUI)

Etidloie Petaulassie was born in 1944, on Baffin Island, Northwest Territories. He lives in Cape Dorset. He is also known as Etidlui.

Etidloie's parents are both artists; Aggeak is a carver and Timangiak creates drawings, prints
and sculpture. He has two brothers: Qatsiya and Pavinaq, who are also carvers.

Birds

EXHIBITIONS:

1976: Cape Dorset Jewellery, Canadian Guild of Crafts Quebec, Montreal, Quebec (brochure)

January - March 1980: Cape Dorset, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba (illustrated catalogue)

September - Oct 1980: Cape Dorset, Robertson Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario

November - Dec 1993: The Treasured Monument, Marion Scott Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia (illustrated catalogue)

April - June 1995: The Birds of Cape Dorset: A collection of sculpture by 32 Cape Dorset Carvers, Albers Gallery, San Francisco, California, U.S.A. (illustrated brochure)


COLLECTIONS:

Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba


SELECTED REFERENCES:

Marion Scott Gallery
THE TREASURED MONUMENT: An Exhibition of Small-scale Inuit
Sculpture. Vancouver: Marion Scott Gallery, 1993.

Winnipeg Art Gallery
CAPE DORSET. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1979.


(c) Inuit Art Section, INAC 1996