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- 13Campbell, Sandy
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"Song of the Inuvialuit" by Abraham Anghik Ruben was part of the Aurora Borealis Exhibit at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife, NWT during the summer of 2015. "Song of the Inuvialuit" was created from "Narwhal tusk (ivory) and Brazilian soapstone in 2013. It is part...
Sign for Badhusparken or Bath House Park, a beach park in central Sweden. A trail loops through the wooded area behind the beach. Along the trail there are numerous folk-art installations created by local residents. Most are visual jokes or have puns embedded in their titles.
This sculpture to sled dogs stands at the entrance to the British Antarctic Survey facility at High Cross, Madingly Road, Cambridge, UK. The inscription on the plaque reads: \"The British Antarctic Survey Sledge Dog Monument. Admirals, Amazons, Beatles, Churchmen, Citizens, Counties,...
This sculpture was created by Alain Iyerak in 1970. It is made from a single vertebra of a bowhead whale. The vertebra had to dry for 100 years to be used for carving. The carving is housed on the upper level of the NWT Legislative Assembly Building.
This rustic sculpture by Peter Jonsson is found in Badhusparken in central Sweden. The sculpture is a large head roughly carved from wood, placed on a low tree stump. On top of the head is a rusted gas lantern. The title Ljushuvud which translates \"Bright Person\" is a pun.
This sculpture stands outside the main building of the University of Oulu.
This wooden sculpture stands in the grounds of the Scott Polar Research Institute in Lensfield Road in Cambridge, England. The inscription reads: \" For those who lost their lives in Antarctica in pursuit of science to benefit us all\".
This sculpture of Linnaeus stands in the garden in front of Swedenborg's summer house, which has been relocated to Skansen open air museum in Stockholm. The plaque which stands beside the sculpture.reads \"The sculpture is a copy of a wood-carving made by Arne Bergh for the Swedish pavilion at...
Sculpture of Charles E. Bunnell, First President Alaska College of Agriculture and School of Mines, University of AlaskaDownload
This statue stands on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus at Cornerstone Plaza, in front of the Charles Bunnell Building and the Engineering Building. Charles Bunnell was President of the College of Agriculture and School of Mines from December 7, 1921 to July 1, 1949.