Ningiukuluk Teevee is known for creating dynamic compositions reflecting her rich knowledge of Inuit culture and stories. The result is colourful and whimsical works that open a doorway to Inuit myth for audiences. Her first prints appeared in the Cape Dorset Print Collection, and she continues to be one of the most distinguished artists in Kinnigait, featured in numerous exhibitions across Canada and the globe. Teevee’s works are also in collections held by the Art Gallery of Ontario and the National Art Gallery of Canada.

Teevee’s playful visualisations often translate into her writing, namely her children’s book, Alego, which was shortlisted for the Governor General’s Literary Award for children’s illustration. A published author, her written works have been featured Inuit Art Quarterly.

Hills like faces Ningiukuluk Teevee Lineage Arts Gallery Ottawa Indigenous Art
All images courtesy of Dorset Fine Arts.