Art of the Orisha Show – 2012

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May 3rd saw the opening of the first Orisha themed show at The Hermit’s Lamp in Toronto. It was amazing to see a blending of traditional bead work alongside more contemporary paintings.

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Ayoluwa Taylor - Beaded Mirror for Ochun Ibu Ana

Ayoluwa Taylor – Beaded Mirror for Ochun Ibu Ana

Oya Lydia Knox

Oya by Lydia Knox

Moyuba Orishas by Fleur Hanlon McGregor - The Warriors

Moyuba Orishas by Fleur Hanlon McGregor - Ogun, Shango, Obatala

Moyuba Orishas by Fleur Hanlon McGregor - Yemaya, Oshun, Oya

Moyuba Orishas by Fleur Hanlon McGregor
$15 each. Approx. 2.5″

Instinct vs. Reason by Kit Currie

Instinct vs. Reason by Kit Currie
8feet x 4 feet – $700

Yemaya and Olokun by Tasha Menary

Yemaya and Olokun by Tasha Menary

Egun: Burnt Offerings - Rootwomin

Egun: Burnt Offerings – Rootwomin
5×7 photo – $125

Offerings To Oya - RootwominOfferings To Oya – Rootwomin
5×7 photo – $125

She touches my cheek and smiles. By Xris Kukiel She touches my cheek and smiles. By Xris Kukiel
$505

Egun: We stand on the shoulders of those who went before By Andrew McGregor Egun: We stand on the shoulders of those who went before By Andrew McGregor
Guache 5×7 – $40

Eshu Andrew McGregor

Eshu by Andrew McGregor
Guache 5×7 – $40

The world is born from one By Andrew McGregor

The world is Born from One By Andrew McGregor
Guache 5×7 – $40

A dog has four legs but walks only one road By Andrew McGregor

A dog has four legs but walks only one road By Andrew McGregor
Guache 5×7 – $40

Eshu Laroye by Monica Bodirsky

Eshu Laroye by Monica Bodirsky
$500 – Oil Painting

Beth Peart Weekes -  Ileeshin gogo for Nana Buruku

Beth Peart Weekes – Ileeshin gogo for Nana Buruku
$175

Beth Peart Weekes -  Brazilian Style Crown for Nana BurukuBeth Peart Weekes – Brazilian Style Crown for Nana Buruku
$175

Beth Peart Weekes -  Brazilian Style Crown for YewaBeth Peart Weekes – Brazilian Style Crown for Yewa
$175

Beth Peart Weekes -  Wand for Osayin

Beth Peart Weekes – Wand for Osayin
$150

Art of the Orisha - the artists

(Left to Right) Ayoluwa Taylor, Andrew McGregor, Monica Bodirsky, Beth Peart Weekes, Lydia Knox, and (front) Kit Currie at the reception.

Art of Orisha - Invite

If you enjoyed this post please check out the beautiful work from other shows we have hosted.

The Hermit’s Lamp is the blog of Andrew McGregor – Toronto Tarot reader, artist and teacher. The Hermit’s Lamp is also a storefront in Toronto selling metaphysical and spiritual supplies. Please visit The Hermit’s Lamp website for more information on readings and classes both online and in Toronto. You can also get connect with Andrew on facebook,twitter, or linkedin or listen to my co-creation – The Toronto Tarot Portal Podcast online or via iTunes.


 

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2 comments on “Art of the Orisha Show – 2012”

  1. Rosie Buckner

    I wish I could have been there. Maybe next year , let me know so that I too can show and share with these very gifted and talented lovers of the Orishas . I’d like to join your group and share my knowledge from Miami.
    Thanks for sharing. Bendicions.

  2. Andrew McGregor

    Hey Rosie, please share the link to this page with anyone who you think would enjoy viewing them. I am glad you enjoyed them.
    Andrew

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