The Board approved the final design after discussing a number of layout, graphics and font options. The quail itself has received a small facelift to facilitate vectored use. The fonts have been updated to be clean, modern, and readable.
The colourful logo represents the local geography and palette: sun, sky, hills, and harvests. The fluid swaths of colour also suggest a variety of art forms: brushstrokes, lengths of fabric, even the flowing motions of dance and other performance art.
Four versions have been created to accommodate possible uses and space constraints: banners, posters, letterhead, and so on. Two versions incorporate our tag line “Art Learned ~ Art Loved ~ Art Lived” .
Need to use our logo for your OCAC committee or publicity acknowledgement for a sponsored event? Contact the council at OliverCAC @ gmail.com for high resolutions of all four versions.
Thank you to Mary Fry Designs for the logo facelift! Check her out on the link at right. or at www.maryfrydesigns.com