Category Archives: Cows

Art For Cure

Art for Cure is an exhibition I am involved in along with over 50 other artists. It’s going to be a really exciting exhibition and it’s raising money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer. It takes place at Bredfield House, near Woodbridge … Read more

Return To Hampstead Heath

Rembrandt returned to Hampstead Heath last November, back home again to Kenwood House after a holiday whilst the decorators were in. Self Portrait With Two Circles travelled to New York, Houston, Milwaukee, Seattle and Arkansas whilst Kenwood House was closed … Read more

Nine Cows

Nine new arrivals at Advent, come to gather round the manger looking for a new byre. See more by Jelly Green at The Rowley Gallery.

A Tenuous Link

These tiny cows are the missing link between Susie Freeman and Jelly Green. I can imagine them displayed in knitted pockets (Captive Friesians) or portrayed with bright and lively brushstrokes (Captivating Herd). I borrowed the photo from Eva the Weaver.

I AMsterdam

We took a half-term weekend break to Amsterdam. It seemed like the city was being relaunched and rebranded/rembrandted. The Rijksmuseum reopened in April following an unprecedented 10 year renovation, the Stedelijk Museum reopened last year after a 9 year refurbishment, … Read more

Sylvia Plath’s Cows

Whilst she was at Cambridge University in the 1950s Sylvia Plath began making pen & ink drawings. They were rarely seen until they appeared in an exhibition at the Mayor Gallery, London in 2011 and now there is a book, … Read more

Jelly’s New Herd

Jelly Green came to visit us last week with a new herd of paintings. They include a group of Charolais cattle energetically rearing and stretching their necks, a Hereford in profile and a lovely portrait of a Jersey cow painted … Read more

The Moo Man

The Moo Man has appeared before on Frames of Reference but now there’s a proper trailer we couldn’t resist another look. In an attempt to save his family farm, Stephen Hook decides to turn his back on the cost cutting … Read more


Jelly Green‘s paintings of cows can be seen this weekend alongside Jason Gathorne-Hardy’s drawings of sheep at White House Farm, Great Glemham, Suffolk. Their exhibition is part of Cornucopia!, one of the fringe events at this year’s Aldeburgh Food and … Read more

Rue Des Roues

This is the Street of Wheels in L’Isle sur la Sorgue, Provence, France. The town once had seventy waterwheels, all powered by the Sorgue river, driving mills for grinding grain, making paper and weaving silk. Nowadays the river turns fourteen … Read more