Scooby Doo Heads East
Scooby Doo is heading to North Carolina and will become a permanent art installation for the American Museum of the House Cat. This handsome feline metal sculpture, along with Luna and Vega, are the Big Cats known as Purr Pods and the vision and creation of artist Paige Tashner for Burning Man 2019.
Scooby Doo is one of three large, metal cat sculptures known as the Purr Pods. They were created for Burning Man, an annual arts and cultural experimental temporary city in Northern Nevada. Each cat (Vega, Luna and Scooby Doo) was named after the artist’s beloved kitties who have passed.
The intention of the Purr Pods installation was to help people find a calm place in the midst of a chaotic world and, hopefully, instill the importance of:
It Takes A Community to Move Scooby Doo
The American Museum of the House Cat, including the MuseumCats and ARTiCats are asking Cat Lovers to help with the moving costs and expenses to relocate Scooby Doo. You can contribute through the link provided below. We are providing a detailed list of the projected costs involved. You can help with our fundraising efforts by sharing this website with those who love Art, Cats, and Roadside Museums.
We have provided a list of how the fundraising dollars will be used for transparency purposes. Flight, Hotel accommodations, car rental and food are included as we plan to offer a MEET THE ARTIST Private Museum Event during the month May...Stay Tuned for Details...
How The Fundraising Will Be Used:
Additional Funds Raised Will Go to Improve the Aesthetics and Security for Scooby Doo
The Building Of Purr Pods
From concept drawings to form creations, follow the steps of this artist who had a dream to create giant felines that would glow with laser lights of love at night while emitting healing purrs of love for all who wish to interact with these sculpted cats.