Bringing together work produced across the last decade, "Rocky Grassy Mountain in June" presents the unique drawing style of the Inuit artist Tony Anguhalluq. Raised in the Nunavut community of Baker Lake by the prominent artists Luke Anguhadluq and his wife Marion Tuu'luq, Anguhalluq has developed a distinctive artistic expression, choosing to reduce the forms of the landscape to near abstraction, frequently employing aerial and side views in the same image. Because Anguhalluq combines a non-representational technique (his landscapes are often conceived as interlocking patterns of heavily outlined, solidly coloured silhouettes) with the use of horizon lines as a compositional convention, many of his images feature an expressive tension between the flat picture and an illusive pictorial depth. Anguhalluq s exuberant work is explored in the book through an essay by Robert Kardosh, Director/Curator of Marion Scott Gallery and Kardosh Projects. Published in partnership with Marion Scott Gallery/Kardosh Projects."