"I was carving free form, and I really wanted to explore a carving with height," says Jason. "I was working on a stone and, all of a sudden, I stood back and there was a rabbit ear. I later discovered that Nanabozho is one of many characters in Cree folklore elders use to teach children about morality and reason.
Nanabozho can become whatever he needs to be to get whatever he wants. He meddles, he taunts, he tricks. He competed continuously with his brother Peepawkowis, bringing the change of seasons."