A Day in Vermont
August 7, 2017

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Echo Lake Morning

Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now $800. Next Auction Monday August 14. 

My friend Bob Sydorowich and I painted at Echo Lake in Ludlow last week.

We worked silently as the gentle mist rose over Camp Plymouth.

I recalled the chilly morning swims at the summer boy scout camp so many years ago, and waited patiently for Bob to utter his dependable phrase…

“You gotta be crazy not to love this!”

Size: 12X16 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on panel

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Please Note: Unless “Buy Now” occurs, this auction is scheduled to run for two weeks until Monday, August 21. I will need the extra week to catch my breath after next weekend…

Art in the Park!

If you are in the Rutland area this weekend, August 12 & 13, please stop by Art in the Park and say hello.

I’ll be in my usual hiding spot with a few originals, and a large selection of prints. I look forward to a nice weekend, seeing old friends and meeting new ones.

Cow Crossing

Some paintings take a rather circuitous route to completion.

I spotted this farm scene in Hubbardton on one recent sunny morning, and only had time to snap a quick photo.

The actual painting began as a demonstration at the beautiful Mission Farm in Killington.

I finally finished it last week in the studio.

Getting there is always half the fun.

“Cow Crossing” 12X16  Oil on panel  Original: Sold    Prints/E-Cards: Here

 

Last but not least…

Otto’s Cones Point General Store on Lake St. Catherine in Poultney is one happening place.

If you haven’t been yet, you’re in for a real treat when you visit.

I just delivered this new (private commission) painting yesterday. 22X28 Watermedia.

Thank you Otto’s!  

 

35 Responses to “Echo Lake Morning”

  1. Brian Dugan

    Thanks for the triple dose of Vermont this morning. It’s a great way to start my week.

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  2. Robby R

    Beautiful job, Peter! I love living vicariously through your paintings week after week.

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  3. patricia reynolds - jung

    I love Monday with ” A Day in Vermont ” ! A special treat this morning with three wonderful paintings.

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  4. Debbie St. Germain

    I have been enjoying seeing your latest creations and the lake speaks to me, I can just imagine sitting there by the lake and enjoying a warm summer day, wonderful piece filled with emotion.

    Debbie

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  5. Steven Meyer

    Hi Peter, I did the same swims at the boy scout camp. Remember it well. Your painting of the lake is really great. You tied it all together with the colors just right.

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  6. Janet menard

    Grandparents of WRHS Classmate had a cabin on Echo Lake. Fond memories

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  7. cynthia adams

    In this case “three is NOT a crowd”…. the colors are wonderful in all… Detail in Otto’s is amazing.! Glad to see you included the cattle crossing sign 🙂 Cynthia

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  8. Susan Roberts

    Love them all, especially the lake….love the trees, the water, the angles, the colors…absolutely love that one

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  9. Patti Shea

    I love the Otto’s print! Love the band on the porch. Fond memories.

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  10. Jeff Adams

    Awesome, each Monday to see and share your offering with Ohio friends! They love your work and it is a regular reminder to me, of home, sweet home! Born and raised in Middlebury, I am proud to show the few pieces I have of your fine expressions in paint.

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  11. Sylvia Heath

    I love your Echo Lake Morning. Brings back memories of early morning fishing, watching the otters fish for their young and the early morning turtles on stones surrounding another lake I frequented. I can feel the mist and smell the surrounding trees. Great job!

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  12. Brian Blaine

    How lovely lies the mist on peaceful waters! Also I find “Cow Crossing” of great interest, first of all because it’s painted from a unique visual perspective, and secondly what I really find arresting are the representations of rich, blue chicory blossoms that seem to spring up everywhere along the highways of Vermont in August and , in this artistic case, have added hints of their blue beauty to stately silos and distant roof tops.

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