by Shelley Falconer and Shawna White
Written by former curators of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, this book is a respectful introduction to the work of six Inuit artists. Each profile consists of a brief biography, a discussion of a particular work (carving, print, or tapestry), its meaning, and the history of the region.
The text is informative, though a bit dry. Readers interested in artistic method should find it absorbing, while others will be happy just looking at the pictures.