Friday, May 26, 2006

Create Your Way................

Merry Meet Creative Travellers;
This is the home stretch for me,i was at Ruby Dogs Art House on Main St yesterday scoping out as to where the first machine will be placed in the store. YES!!! ITS ALL COMING TOGETHER..

I will be happy when the first machine is up..Outsider Art In A Box vending machines is an ongoing project.

On the vending machines,boxes,flyers,business cards you will see this funky elephant(above) its my logo, FYI (for your information) her name is Ganesha(long a) she is fashioned after the deity Ganesh
Ganesh is the Ever-Blissful, elephant-headed deva (god) who is lovingly worshipped and revered by millions of people worldwide. Although Ganesh is known through the Hindu religion.

Ganesh, is the God of Good Luck and Auspiciousness and is the Dispeller of problems and obstacles. He is also worshipped as the God of wisdom, wealth, health, celibacy, fertility and happiness.

I have had a long love affair with elephants especially drawn to ganesh,as an artist i am everchanging and reinventing myself and so many logo's have been a part of my creative journey. Ganesha is very much who i am,she came to be through the talents of three awesome womin Jessica,Cindy and Violette .I thank them daily for their Graphic design in bringing ganesha into being.

The creative tools that Ganesha holds are pottery tools,paint brush,camera in her lap and a studio journal. Purple is a significant color for me and i will sneak it in where ever i can.. Create your way has been very much about how i go through life and most certainly can be applied to this project.

Thank-you for your energy and time in assisting me into bringing Outsider Art In A Box Vending Machines to Reality

Be A Great Day!!!

1 comment:

Bev said...

Hi Honey,
I love your site and find it as creative as you. I hope others will find the same passion in it. So many amazingly tallented people have come forward and everyday you share, excitedly, with me others that have found out about your project. I believe every artist should be honored for their commitment and love for what they do. I dont think you as an artist have ever recieved enough praise (or money) for the blood, sweat,and many tears that you have put into your work. I wish you success, but I think your success has already come by doing what you love.