Audio Story: The Original Rhinestone Cowboy Folk Art Museum by Jennifer Joy Jameson published on 2017-01-13T16:21:25Z This audio story considers the legacy of Bowlin and his Beautiful Holy Jewel Home, both within and beyond McComb, Mississippi. The story features an archival interview between McComb’s Paul Maurer, who painted the vignettes on Bowlin’s suits, and Loy Bowlin. Hear impressions from Maurer’s son and daughter Saul and Christina, who collaborated with Bowlin and continue to advocate for his artistry. Sandy Maillho speaks about the late Sandi McGill’s several-year effort to establish an Original Rhinestone Cowboy Folk Art Museum in McComb, prior to the Home’s move to Wisconsin. Story set to the The Beautiful Flower from Bowlin’s Talking and Laughing King cassette tapes. Jennifer Joy Jameson for the John Michael Kohler Arts Center's 2017 exhibition, THE MAKING OF A DREAM. See more here: https://www.jmkac.org/exhibitions/theroadlesstraveled/bowlin.html Image of Rhinestone's business card courtesy Sandy Maillho.