Inukshuks with crystal heads from Kingston, Ontario handmade by Art. The maker sources the stones from different mines throughout Ontario, hand cuts them with a saw, and creates the inukshuks.
Inukshuk is an Inuit word meaning ‘in the image of a man’ and is symbolic of cooperation and brotherhood for peoples everywhere. Inukshuks are life-like figures of rock that have been constructed by the Inuit for centuries. Traditionally they stand as directional beacons to guide the travellers of Canada’s northern most lands.