Welcome to Ken's Art:

Welcome to my gallery of paintings and drawings. I am an amateur but always pleased to take on commissions.

Born in England, I moved to the United States in 1980 to work the U.S. subsidiary of my UK company. I am an engineer by profession and always an artist by heart. My family and I are proud to be United States citizens.

This website is a collection of my drawings and paintings from the mid 1960’s and 1970’s, along with more recent ones completed after my retirement in 2003. Most of the paintings are acrylic on canvas and typical sizes range from 12 x 16 to 24 x 36 inches.

One of my favorite painters is the late English watercolourist Rowland Hilder. In fact I think of him as my mentor and his instructional books as my tutor. Lovers of his work will find on this website, some of my paintings which use pictures from the Hilder books as my subject, although my work is in acrylics which requires a quite different technique to watercolour. The specific works are noted as "after Hilder".

My works are not for sale, though originals of similar scenes can be reproduced to order.
My contact e-mail address is kenbushellgm@gmail.com
Ken Bushell
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Created Dec 15, 2008
Last Updates:

 October 28 2009: Added Palmyra Methodist Church, also introductory note about Rowland Hilder.

April 2010: Added Fallen Barn and French Cottage in Buildings Section, and Norfolk Creek in British Rivers and Shores Section.
Edited April 2011.
Feb 26 2013 Added Derbyshire Village, and Poppy Field.
Mar 31 2013 Added Chequer's Inn and Friar's Mill.



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  • Barry D Thomson (Wednesday, October 18 17 04:32 pm EDT)

    Very much enjoyed your paintings and drawings Ken.
    Best Wishes,

  • jessica (Saturday, March 18 17 01:00 am EDT)

    hello i think u will remember me. i saw u at michaels and we discussed painting with a twist. you are very talented my friend. the comment u made stuck in my head from earlier today about how u were going to take up painting again. someone with your talent should never stop painting. u have a gift and that should b shared with the world to enlighten and brighten their day.

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