Earrings by Josh Ahsoak
Wood and resin earrings made by Josh Qagmuk Ahsoak.
Josh Qagmuk Ahsoak is an Iñupiaq artist from the village of Utqiagvik (Barrow), Alaska. Josh lives and works in Anchorage, Alaska. His work includes fine art, mid-century modern furniture, jewelry and jewelry boxes.
Only one in stock of each unique earring design.
Resin2 - Walrus ivory, fossilized walrus ivory, and fossilized mastodon ivory in resin. Each is 1¼" x ¾".
Resin3 - Walrus ivory and fossilized walrus ivory in resin. Left: 1⅝". Right: 1⅞". Each is ⅝" wide.
Wood1 – Curly maple, cherry wood, and walrus ivory. 2⅛" long. Each is ¼” wide at the base and ⅝” at the widest point.
Wood2 - Curly maple, cherry wood, and walrus ivory. Left: 2⅝". Right: 2¼". Each is ⅜" at the base and ⅝" at the widest point.
Wood3 - Leopardwood, maple, and fossilized mastodon ivory. Left: 2⅛". Right: 2⅜". Each is ⅜" at the base and ½" at the widest point.
See very nice video clip about the earrings and the artist here!