Zhaawano Giizhik

Zhaawano Giizhik

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Boozhoo! Zhaawanogiizhik indanishinaabewinikaazowin. Waabizheshi niin indoodem. Niin indanishinaabe miinawaa Gichi-mookomaan. Baawitigong indoonjibaa.
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Nanabush and the Storytellers' Mirror

The Storyteller's Mirror, a painted diagram by Zhaawano Giizhik told in the ancient Woodland Art tradition of the sacred pictographs of his Anishinaabe ancestors.

Gibiminizha'aanimin Makomiin (We Follow The Bear Path) #Ojibwe #Anishinaabe-style graphic overlay #weddingring, with cut-out designs in both exterior and interior (the Life Road and a stylized bear paw); organic (sculptural) finishing by means of melting and hammer-texturing.

Native American inspired wedding rings, clan rings, jewelry, and writings; a unique art project by storyteller Ojibwe Anishinaabe Woodland artist Zhaawano Giizhik.

Gibiminizha'aanimin Makomiin (We Follow The Bear Path) #Ojibwe #Anishinaabe-style graphic overlay wedding ring, with cut-out designs in both exterior and interior (the Life Road and a stylized bear paw); organic (sculptural) finishing by means of melting and hammer-texturing.

Native American inspired wedding rings, clan rings, jewelry, and writings; a unique art project by storyteller Ojibwe Anishinaabe Woodland artist Zhaawano Giizhik.

Many moons ago, oginiig, or roses, were the most numerous of all the flowers and the brilliance of their colors used to be unrivaled. So beautiful were the roses to their spirit and senses that the Anishinaabeg held roses in high regard. However, over time the sweet flowers which flourished by the myriads in a great variety of color tones became so common that the Anishinaabeg forgot to mark the brilliance of their colors...www.fisherstarcreations.com-wild-rose

Many moons ago, oginiig, or roses, were the most numerous of all the flowers and the brilliance of their colors used to be unrivaled. So beautiful were the roses to their spirit and senses that the Anishinaabeg held roses in high regard. However, over time the sweet flowers which flourished by the myriads in a great variety of color tones became so common that the Anishinaabeg forgot to mark the brilliance of their colors...www.fisherstarcreations.com-wild-rose

Many moons ago, when the world as we know it was still young, oginiig, or roses, were the most numerous of all the flowers and the brilliance of their colors used to be unrivaled. So beautiful were the roses to their spirit and senses that the #Anishinaabeg held roses in high regard. However, over time the sweet flowers which flourished by the myriads in a great variety of color tones became so common that tayaa! the Peoples of the Anishinaabeg forgot to mark the brilliance of their…

Many moons ago, when the world as we know it was still young, oginiig, or roses, were the most numerous of all the flowers and the brilliance of their colors used to be unrivaled. So beautiful were the roses to their spirit and senses that the #Anishinaabeg held roses in high regard. However, over time the sweet flowers which flourished by the myriads in a great variety of color tones became so common that tayaa! the Peoples of the Anishinaabeg forgot to mark the brilliance of their…

Love Stories From The Land Of Many Lakes, Part 5  "WIINABOZHO AND THE ROSES"  A teaching story told and illustrated by #Zhaawano  http://zhaawanart.blogspot.nl/2016/01/love-stories-from-land-of-many-lakes.html

Love Stories From The Land Of Many Lakes, Part 5 "WIINABOZHO AND THE ROSES" A teaching story told and illustrated by #Zhaawano http://zhaawanart.blogspot.nl/2016/01/love-stories-from-land-of-many-lakes.html

SUN DANCER IN THE SKY - Set of 21K gold, titanium, and red coral collar necklace and matching earrings. The Peoples of the #Anishinaabeg have always placed great significance on the sun. Mishoomis Giizis (Grandfather Sun) is central to some of our principal aadizookaanan (traditional stories). To our People, Giizis is the symbol of GICHI-MANIDOO, the Great Mystery, and a spirit grandfather who guides all beings on Earth with his light and causes things to grow with his warmth...

set of Native American Anishinaabe style egle feather collar necklace and matching earrings, title: Giizisonaamid Ishpiming (Sun Dancer in the Sky).

SUN DANCER IN THE SKY - Set of 21K gold, titanium, and red coral collar necklace and matching earrings. The Peoples of the #Anishinaabeg have always placed great significance on the sun. Mishoomis Giizis (Grandfather Sun) is central to some of our principal aadizookaanan (traditional stories). To our People, Giizis is the symbol of GICHI-MANIDOO, the Great Mystery, and a spirit grandfather who guides all beings on Earth with his light and causes things to grow with his warmth...

set of Native American Anishinaabe style egle feather collar necklace and matching earrings, title: Giizisonaamid Ishpiming (Sun Dancer in the Sky).

ZAAMINI-GIIZIS ("TOUCHES THE SUN"): 21K yellow gold  and red gold eagle tail feather post-back earrings. Tips of eagle feathers are mounted with pear-shaped red coral cabochons.

ZAAMINI-GIIZIS ("TOUCHES THE SUN"): yellow gold and red gold eagle tail feather post-back earrings. Tips of eagle feathers are mounted with pear-shaped red coral cabochons.

ZAAMINI-GIIZIS ("TOUCHES THE SUN"): yellow gold and red gold eagle tail feather post-back earrings. Tips of eagle feathers are mounted with pear-shaped red coral cabochons.