Bow to Dallas’ “Cow Goddess”

By day, she works at a local ad agency but, by night, she strips off her "Clark Kent" personality and becomes CIGI INGRAM, THE COW GODDESS -- Dallas' very own super-cow hero.

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By day, she works at a local ad agency but, by night, she strips off her "Clark Kent" personality and becomes CIGI INGRAM, THE COW GODDESS -- Dallas' very own super-cow hero.
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Ingram -- or, should we say, CIGI -- has crossed that imaginary boundary between art and life.
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She is a model, actress and performance artist who has embraced the dairy cow and uses the persona to get a reaction and make people's day.
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Ingram says she's been dressing up in outrageous clothes since she was a kid, mostly to get a reaction from her friends and people around her.
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While she's not afraid to offend, she finally settled on the Cow Goddess personality at the suggestion of friends. Perhaps having a pet cow as a pet when she was a 5-year-old had something to do with that decision.
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Though she lacks extraordinary super powers, CIGI attempts to grab smiles and laughter from passerbys and generally make their day by her extraordinary dress and vehicles.
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Her car is painted up in cow motif and she has a whole closet full of cow clothes that have become a part of her daily outfit.
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"People give me a thumbs-up, they honk...wave. It makes your day," says CIGI who takes her performance art from the stage to the streets.
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The cow persona appeals to children especially. CIGI feels her purpose in life is to do something for children.
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(Fotografía tomada de Twitter)
She is currently working towards a children's TV show, "CG's Playhouse." She also appears at all kinds of local events from parades, to art shows, music festivals, fund raisers.
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