Thursday, February 11, 2010

Oodles the Three Legged Poodle

Oodles, the Three Legged Poodle

Ellen Miller, Artist (Oil on Canvas 24"X37") pre-1980

Animal Tribute School of Painting

Oodles represents all that vexes mankind. Paranoid and caught in the roulette wheel of life, artist Ellen Miller communicates that life is a crap shoot, and running is futile -- especially when one has three, not four legs, is blessed with a bra shaped patch of hair on ones chest and is at the same time tormented by giant blue balls.

Oodles, the Three Legged Poodle, Detail

Upon closer inspection, Oodles is vexed as his (or her) eyes convey.

Oodles, the Three Legged Poodle was one of several BAMOO works to receive international media recognition in 1999.

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