Jimson Bowler
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Me and my work

My inspiration comes from the Peterborough Petroglyphs, using the story of the /anishinaabe/ trickster /nanaaboozhoo/ as  teacher lessons and stories. I create one of a kind jewelry using recycled silver in the form of forks, spoons, knives; and cut stones from my own unique collection acquired over the years. My sculptural work combines traditional mediums such as bone and turquoise with discarded modern materials. I take inspiration from the traditional ways that respectfully use all materials from mother earth and I seek to create objects that keep the stories alive, motivate us to learn the culture and realize that Aboriginal people are not relics of an ancient past.

Welcome to my world

solar plexus

moundian tribes near the value village
nogojiwanong….wear the foxhat?