Rooster Clucky on the street. Who knows what will happen when it gets to the other side. (Photo by Craig Spence)

Rooster Clucky on the street. Who knows what will happen when it gets to the other side. (Photo by Craig Spence)

Clucky would like to find its way home

Rooster sculpture dropped off at Rainforest Arts

A wayward rooster has lost its way in Chemainus.

Who knows what will happen when it gets to the other side of the street while trying to cross from Rainforest Arts on Willow Street.

The rooster sculpture, affectionately dubbed as Clucky, doesn’t want to remain cooped up for very long after being dropped off by an individual at Rainforest Arts.

The individual is not the original artist and had been holding onto the sculpture for several years but no longer had the owner’s contact information. Repairs were done to Clucky long ago and now the owner is being sought.

Gallery manager Stephanie Allesia isn’t sure why the sculpture was dropped off at Rainforest Arts “because it was purchased well before we opened and not created by one of our artists,” she pointed out.

The prevailing theory is the customer is a Chemainus resident and they were hoping someone would recognize the sculpture.

“Unfortunately we can’t store this sculpture with our small space but would love to help it find its way home after such a long time away from home,” noted Allesia.

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