Monday, June 05, 2006

Cucoo the Artist

Cucoo, the not so starving artist….is here to unveil what he’s been secretly working on for the last couple of days. He decided to paint a picture of his friend & her baby, who accompanied him to the aquarium the other day.
Here he is posing in front of his blank canvas, before he gets started. As you can see, he is decked out in his painters smock, has a feather in his hair (just for effect) and his trusty paint brush. His painting pallet is in his other hand…and unfortunately, the photographer didn’t shoot low enough to capture his pallet.
Here is Cucoo’s first Masterpiece…It’s called, “Friends Forever,” a picture of the Counting Sheep and her baby. But of course, he also went, so he painted himself in the picture too. And after he got started creating his art…he just couldn’t stop, he loved it so much. So he went on to paint another…. Please click to enlarge, so you can see the delicate brush stokes and the painstaking time it must have took Cucoo to create such a masterpiece.
Cucoo at work…creates yet another masterpiece.
“The Pink Rose” is Cucoo’s second work of art.
And his third and final masterpiece is, “The Water Garden.”
Cucoo has unveiled here for the first time, just for you, his three masterpieces. And I say to you…Is there anything that this Cucoo can’t do? He is multi-talented.

21 comments:

Rachel said...

My goodness, that Cucoo is an artist and not a starving one either (even if he is a little thin, I know you all feed him)!

Great pictures!

Tomas Dennis said...

It is a real "Pecucoozoo"

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

Amazing and surprisingly beautiful.

Tanya said...

Cucoo is super clever. Who'd have known he held so much talent??

somershade said...

I'll have to post the painting Cucoo did for me.I love the rose,but there all great Cucoo.
Awesome job and I love the purple feather.

Tammy said...

Wow...what talent!!
:-D

Gary said...

It is sad that the monarchs seem to be declining. I think a lot of it must be that their main winter home in Mexico has been disturbed in recent years. I used to really love butterflies when I was a kid, and since I have taken up gardening in the last couple of years, I have really started appreciating them again. One of the benefits of gardening.

Peter said...

Great paintings.

Hattigrace said...

Does Cucoo have any siblings? I need a successful artist in my family!

Finn said...

My goodness, my admiration for Cuckoo just grows and grows..*VBS* Is there ANYTHING that this talented guy can't do????
Has he tried his hand at poetry yet???? Inquiring minds want to know..*VBS*

David said...

im not sure why its not Cucoo's blog.... or a "blog by cucoo"

PEA said...

Wow Michelangelo had nothing on cucoo!! hehe Well done cucoo!!!

The Four Bears in the Woods said...

Nice paintings Cucoo! Didn't know you had such talent!

Tim Rice said...

Great paintings, Cucoo. You could probably start a business of selling your paintings. They are skilled and simply gorgeous.

Sue said...

You've been tagged :-)

Hattigrace said...

I took your advice. The new photo shows up on profile page, but not on opening page of blog. Maybe that takes a while?

Nice compliment! Thanks a lot!!!!

Hattigrace said...

You were right, it is all there now! Thanks again!!

Tina said...

Cucoo's very talented.

doubleknot said...

Cucoo is very talented - I see him having a great future in gallery showings.

Kerri said...

I just can't believe the list of talents this skinny guy has!
Sandy, you're very creative :)
I think maybe Cucoo gets his talents from you.
You keep me smiling :)
Thanks!

Laura said...

Hi Sandy, I've come back to look at these two pictures several times. They really are beautiful and I'm so inspired, i'm hoping to try it out myself. You should frame these, or enter them in an art show! or sell them as beautiful 5X7 cards! LOL (I'll shuttup now).
good luck with the butterfly expedition!