A Day in Vermont
July 10, 2017

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Norwich University

Norwich University Campus in Northfield Vermont.

A popular question: How long did it take you to paint that?

In this case, two months.

I started it in May and finished last week.

Some paintings just need a rest in between.

When it comes to art, and a good book, I’ve found time to be an inconsequential unit of measure.

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

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And one more…

Here is another new original painting, also completed last week.

Using a recent Day in Vermont “Liberty Hill Farm” painting as a “study”, I painted the same farm from a slightly different view, in a much larger size.

This painting began as a demonstration at Fletcher Farm in Ludlow. A number of folks asked to see it when done.

Enjoy!

“Summer on the Farm” 24X30 Oil on Panel   Original: Available   Print: Available 

 

22 Responses to “Norwich University”

  1. Karen Moorman

    Love them both. I love the farm painting especially, brings back some good memories of my childhood thanks for sharing your wonderful talent

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  2. Nancy yando

    Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!!! The Norwich library is a newer building and is an awesome repository of history. Hope the university agrees to handle this print during their bicentennial celebration.

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  3. Melanie McGovern

    the picture of the farm reminds me of a place where I stayed to be with the people who actually owed my dad some money. We worked there and had the best meals ever. The road, dirt, is the same. My sister and i just loved the place.

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  4. Rose Mulherin

    The farm is very relaxing. I live by farms and farming. Love it.

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  5. Melodie

    Thank you for the beautiful paintings and Monday smiles! 🙂

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  6. Nora Huntoon Inglis

    I do so thoroughly enjoy your paintings. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  7. cynthia adams

    Before I read how long it took to paint the campus I said >…wonder how long that took to complete…. It is very impressive and glad you could include the great natural enclosure. Also nice to see another view of Liberty Hill buildings. Cynthia

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  8. Joanne

    I was at fletcher farm when you were doing this painting. It’s nice to see it finished. Great work as always. Love it all 🙂

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  9. Brian Blaine

    This week’s paintings speak to me of hopes and dreams, of goals and achievements, and of the passing of time. Both the buildings and the serenity of their individual settings have made me stop and think for awhile. What a gift! Thank you.

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