A Day in Vermont
May 9, 2013


Prospect Hill

This painting was inspired by the Hathaway Farm high on Prospect Hill Road overlooking Rutland.

Painted early this week I envisioned the climb up the hill as a series of rolling spring meadows, eager to get their green on.

Watermedia collage adds an appropriate organic texture and subtle surface quality.

Optional for the winning bidder: I can add “1881” to the barn roof.

Size: 11X14 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Watermedia Collage on Panel

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My favorite artist in the whole wide world is Mareva Millarc. She is an amazing, talented, beautiful woman. She is also my wife. We would like to cordially invite you to visit the Festival Gallery at the Village Square in Waitsfield, Vermont. Mareva’s solo show “Expressions” runs through June 7, with a closing reception that evening. Read more about this exciting show here.

10 Responses to “Prospect Hill”

  1. Karen Nevin

    I ditto the invitation to the closing reception of Mareva’s beautiful exhibit at the Festival Gallery. We are enjoying sharing her work with the folks in the Mad River Valley. The Gallery is open Monday – Saturday 10-3 .
    Love the painting, Peter!


    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you very much Karen, we will see you at the reception!

    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Christine, I do enjoy the texture and design possibilities of occasional collage. Some subjects just ask me to use it.

  2. Mary Fran

    Love this painting too, Peter! The Hathaway Farm is just around the corner from our home. It’s an awesome place and what a view of the beautiful Rutland Town area as you look back toward the city! I love to cut across from where I live on my way to Sugar ‘N Spice for breakfast often enjoying the cows, and calves and other farm animals that are often grazing in those lush green meadows. I always look forward to seeing your work as you share with us your latest adventures. How lucky we are. Thank You.

    • Peter Huntoon

      Hi Mary Fran, thanks for the nice comments. The best adventures are the ones we share.


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