Maia Gaffney-Hyde (2021)
Wood engraving on Shoji 45g paper, mounted and packaged size, 8.8x11.3 cm (A7), signed and dated edition of X, 9 available.
Print based on an Inuit carved ivory figure, thought to be a harpoon toggle. Found at Ellesmere Island, Canada. 'Nunataq' from the Inuit word used to describe the iced dome that forms over the breathing hole of a seal, an 'aglu'.