Gathering of the herd…

Cows Come Home” is the regathering of the iconic public art campaign 20 years ago on Chicago’s famed Michigan Avenue in the quaint Park next to the also famed Water Tower. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg.
Not the usual place to find cows! Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Beautiful setting to just sit, rest, and watch the city happenings. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
A favorite of many: the cow but also Eli’s Cheesecake! Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Ah, see the cow then see some of Money’s pieces at the Chicago Art Museum. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
What a scene! Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Chicago Transit System buses are a mainstay of getting around in the city. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Detail, detail, detail. Notice that each cow was created by a different artist. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
The cows were auctioned off twenty years ago; so it’s wonderful that some of the owners were willing to share theirs with Chicago this summer. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
The otherwise of the “bus”. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Understated art. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
No accident this cow has a camera. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
No comment! Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
I never would have thought of this theme. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
This “Holy Cow” is a favorite for me because Harry Carry announced games for the Cardinals while I grew up in St. Louis and then in Chicago for Cubs where I move with my husband 45 years ago! Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Some cows convey their meaning in a simple manner; while others are much more complex statements. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
The whole “holy” cow. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Blends well in it’s current setting. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Hungry yet? Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg

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