A Day in Vermont
April 9, 2018

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Lake Pauline

Here in Vermont the snow is receding and water opening up.

In spite of the still chilly temps, I ventured out for a day of plein air painting last week.

I set up next to Green Mountain Sugar House on Rt 100 in Ludlow to capture this nice view of Lake Pauline.

When finished, I got a sample of fresh maple syrup straight from the boiler pan. Sweet!

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

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22 Responses to “Lake Pauline”

  1. Chuck LaPorte

    Beautiful picture Peter. All of your paintings hit right at the heart. Growing up in Brandon was a wonderful life beginning – the area, friends and family. We are now on a lake in North Carolina with surroundings that resemble that of Vermont. Keep up the good work. Chuck

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  2. Karen McBride

    Beautiful texture to the water, and contrast with sky. I do like this one.

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  3. Deanie

    As usual, you commentary is as good as the painting. I can feel spring in the air at Lake Pauline.

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  4. Brian Blaine

    It takes a real talent to successfully capture the subtle difference between the appearance of spring ice on partially open water versus the look of “similar, but different” cloud reflections on a tranquil ice-free pond. Nicely done!

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  5. Jim Morash

    Very nice Peter. I just love the color variations. So warm and spring like. Growing up in East Poultney, I love your paintings as it reminds me of images of days past.

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  6. Susan Roberts

    Lovely! I can feel spring in the air with the colors, etc

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  7. Lenor Filler

    Really just love this one.. we are all waiting for spring and can feel it here !

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