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Ken Bushe 2014

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Exhibiting online in

The Saatchi Gallery/

Your Gallery - The London Contemporary Art Gallery’s online presence

LAI - Landscape Artists International

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After the Greatest Clouds

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This favourite long lost photo from the late 1980’s was very kindly sent to me recently - Cow 22A and myself at the side of my old cottage in the hillside above Fountainhall in the Scottish Borders.  I’d just been chopping wood and up she came for her usual pat

She’d always come across the field to say hello anytime I appeared at the side of the cottage. Setting off slowly at first, she’d go into a faster walk, then a trot and then faster and faster into what can’t really be described as an actual gallop, but still going pretty dam’ fast for a cow.....and then she’d skid to a halt to get her head rubbed and we’d have a nice chat - half a ton of friendly happiness.

22A was the most personable cow I’ve ever known. She once even saved my hide by slamming at full speed into the side of another less pleasant beast who seemed intent on murdering me in the middle of the field. 22A chased it off, before returning to escort me to the fence and safety.

Not forgotten!


Long an admirer of JMW Turner, I intended this painting to be an acknowledgement of his unique vision, so far ahead of his time.