Sky at the Earn Valley

Send Mail

art@kenbushe.co.uk

Ken Bushe  - New Website,  landscapepainting.gallery

I now have a brand new website - Please click to visit landscapepainting.gallery

20140405-IMG_0308

I also have an Artist’s Blog with continual updates from the studio, outdoor working, painting methods and other related topics

Please feel free to visit the Blog and also to subscribe by e-mail if you wish. Just click the “Follow” button on the top left hand side of any page! !

Ken Bushe 2014

Loch Linnie-200x161-150x120

Exhibiting online in

The Saatchi Gallery/

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

LAI - Landscape Artists International

First Light on the Tay-750x428-150x85

Send Mail

art@kenbushe.co.uk

Visit the Dundee Art Society website -

(Click here for Currency Converter)

After the Greatest Clouds

(Click here for Currency Converter)

Sunrise Through Mist 3-200x147-150x110

Send Mail

art@kenbushe.co.uk

Eastern Sky-750x604-150x120

Send Mail

20120110-DSC_8193-200x164-150x123
One Crimson Night-750x595-150x119

 

Dawn Study 6-750x552-150x110

Send Mail

art@kenbushe.co.uk

August-200x164-150x123
Contrails 2-200x147-150x110
Cloudscape image 2-750x491-150x98
September-150x112
Setting Sun-200x147-150x110
Oil painting - Sky at the Earn Valley

Sky at the Earn Valley   30x43ins.   Oil on Canvas                                                                     1800

One of my favourite views when driving. On the road from Perth to Stirling, without any warning the banking drops away and you are suddenly at the top of a long steep hill looking down over a spectacular view to the south across the valley of the River Earn.
For a moment or two it's more like flying than driving in a car.
The sky over the Earn valley is rarely still and always seems to be doing something interesting. Perhaps it's the shape of the land that does this - a wide flat valley which is flanked on either side by steep hills. Perhaps it's more subjective - I always have the expectation of seeing great things here.
Either way, it rarely disappoints.

Sky over the Earn Valley detail

Detail of above