WELCOME TO KIPLING GALLERY

 

Kipling Gallery proudly devotes itself to the promotion and sale of original fine art.  The wide and varied inventory includes highly collectible historical Canadiana, important Inuit sculptures of first rank, and choice works from the studios of over 45 contemporary artists living locally and worldwide.Gallery directors Rocco Pannese and Lou Ruffolo bring to their work a wealth of experience as well as a genuine commitment to art and customer service.  Their loyal and satisfied clients include an expanding number of private and corporate collectors. Kipling Gallery has also distinguished itself for advancing the arts in the community through school visits, workshops, and by collaborative efforts with cultural institutions. All are cordially invited to visit Mondays to Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Evenings by appointment only. Please contact Rocco Pannese or Lou Ruffolo for any and all inquiries. Thank you.

Kipling Gallery proudly devotes itself to the promotion and sale of original fine art. The wide and varied inventory includes highly collectible historical Canadiana.

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N.W.T. sculptor Abraham Anghik Ruben receives Order of Canada

N.W.T. sculptor Abraham Anghik Ruben was at Rideau Hall in Ottawa today to accept his entry into the Order of Canada. Originally from Paulatuk, Ruben was recognized for his contribution to the art world, and for preserving his Inuvialuit culture.

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EVENTS, COLLECTIONS AND EXHIBITS

ABRAHAM ANGHIK RUBEN:
SIMILAR IN SPIRIT: NORSE AND INUIT INTERACTIONS

From June 1st to July 15, 2017 – EXTENDED UNTIL AUGUST 19, 2017

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Image : Odin Shape Shifter [Les transformations d’Odin], Bronze, 93 x 92 x 53 cm. Photo : Kipling Gallery


MUSEUM OF INUIT ART, Toronto,Ontario
Abraham Anghik Ruben, Beyond Aurora Borealis

Exhibition Dates: November 20, 2015 – May 21, 2016

 


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Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre Presents Inuvialuit Sculptor Abraham Anghik Ruben 

The exhibition, Aurora Borealis, opens April 30, 2015

The art of Inuvialuit artist Abraham Anghik Ruben (b. 1951) portrays journeys of exploration, migration, and displacement through voyages across time and place, and into the spiritual realm. In these recent sculptures,

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BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS

New Section!. High quality publications featuring works of our gallery artist. Check our books!

COMING SOON: New Book on Abraham Anghik Ruben

Over 100 pages with almost 400 catalogued sculptures… Read More


BEYOND AURORA BOREALIS – Abraham Anghik Ruben


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