Quebec has a rich Native American community, from the Shawnee who helped Pre-Canadians fight Americans during the war of 1812 to the Inuit (Americans might still call them Eskimos) who manage to live in the very cold northern parts of Quebec.
Our Musée de la Civilisation has a large permanent exhibit dedicated to Native American history and art. This is a beautiful piece of wood and soapstone carving. It’s about two feet tall and the soapstone face has a long tail on it that allows it to sit in the hollow of the tree trunk. It’s quite stunning and I didn’t do it justice.
Done in a Stillman & Birn Zeta (6×9) with a Pilot 78G, followed with Albrecht-Durer watercolor pencils and a waterbrush.