Blue Horses

  This is the Blue horse. She is community and heart and she is brave. There is a place in communities between the cities and the system and this is where those that are unconnected can be connected. They are the design thinkers and the city builders, the dreamers and the champions, the creative and the visionaries. They are the blue horses. The ones that run the length of road to the finish line, for the act of the passionRead more

Route Blue Buoys

For Immediate Release May 29, 2017 Celebrating Canada’s Diverse Heritage through Art & Culture The Greater Vernon Museum & Archives Society and Vernon artist Michelle Loughery are pleased to announce the support of the Government of Canada for the Canada 150 – Diversity Mural Bead Project. Vernon, BC – On June 27, Vernon will celebrate Canada’s multicultural strengths with a temporary public art installation and the rededication of Vernon’s multicultural mural. Part of a signature Michelle Loughery Route Blue Wayfinder,Read more

ROUTE BLUE Diversity Art Buoys

The Diversity Mural Bead Public ART Installation is inspired by thousands of years of ancient hand to land art skills across all cultures, the art-making experiential process, environmental stewardship and the Big Idea – “Where did I come from?” This community engagement installation is about celebrating our diverse cultures and our nation’s multicultural heritage. Diversity Mural Beads engage community through creating art out of rescued ocean buoys and connecting our cultural heritage connections in celebration of the Canada 150 .Read more


“Perhaps the mission of an Artist is to interpret beauty to people—the beauty within themselves”…{Langston Hughes}Read more