Kenojuak has also drawn other subjects: camp scenes, shamans, sea goddesses, and metamorphosis (of humans into animals, for example). Although she has represented divinities and characters from legends, she is more interested by the artistic design rather than the story itself.
Since early in her career, Kenojuak has been hailed as one of the most important contemporary Inuit artists. Among her many drawings, some 200 have been reproduced since 1959 in the various Cape Dorset print collections. In 1982, Kenojuak was awarded the rank of Companion of the Order of Canada, the highest Canadian honour for lifetime achievement, for her contribution to Inuit Culture.