Andy Miki

Inuit (1918 - 1983)

Andy Miki was an Inuit artist.
Based on records, Andy Miki's estimated art value is C$20,000 (*)

Andy Miki's work could be available for sale at public auction with prices in the range of C$2,500 - C$50,000, or even much higher.

From records, the highest price paid at auction for a stone sculpture work attributed to Andy Miki (1918-1983) was C$38,350 - paid for "Animal Figure" at Walker's in Ottawa on Wed, Nov 18, 2015. has 140 auction art sale records for their stone sculpture results, with prices in the range of C$2,500 to C$50,000.

Waddington's Auction House Biography and Notes

Andy Miki was a member of the inland Ennadai Lake Ihalmiut group of Caribou Inuit that included the future artists Elizabeth Nutaraaluk, Luke Anowtalik and his wife Mary Ayaq, Miki's wife Mary Kahootsuak, and his brother Luke Hallauk. Miki's family was resettled in Whale Cove in the mid 1960s, and he began carving there before locating back to Eskimo Point (now Arviat) in 1969. This work was carved either towards the end of his stay in Whale Cove or shortly after his return to Eskimo Point.

(*) Value is calculated as an average of the top stone sculpture sale records from database.
This information is not intended to substitute professional advice.
To estimate the value of a specific artwork created by Andy Miki, follow some of the advice from our Valuating art page, or contact an art specialist if our automated estimate value is greater than C$2,500.