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Jeffrey George: Sacred


Three symbolic circles represent past, present and future, and with the spirit road that connects them through the spirit of life giving the gift of breath. A female bear watches over me guiding, protecting, nurturing and helping heal my inner pain from scarred memories. Wisdom grows strong like a tree. My medicine bag fills with positive thought. The grandfather rocks are from the sacred ground the ancestors of my people, a Ojibwa tribe proud and healthy. The bear roars giving courage from her strong heart. A baby thunderbird hovers over the bears’ arm offering tobacco. A respected prayer to live long and strong, to grow wise and be a leader of goodwill. The original work has been given to the love of my life, I could not accomplish anything without her,

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Art Card; 4.25 x 5.5

Jeffrey George is an Ojibway artist from the Kettle and Stoney Point First Nation, situated along the shores of Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada.

“My work reflects my culture- its blessings along with its inner pains and suffering. My journey through life had led me to my native culture and traditions, to the place where I am honoured to share my heart and soul through my artistic gift.”

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