A Day in Vermont
June 5, 2017

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Quiet Afternoon

Some days are better than others.

Among my favorites are the quiet summer afternoons where the whole world seems to take a deep breath and relax.

You can relax and watch the “world premiere” of A Day in Vermont this coming Thursday, June 8, on Vermont PBS.

I’m thrilled and honored to share this Vermont art experience with so many.

A Day in Vermont PBS Schedule:  HERE

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

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21 Responses to “Quiet Afternoon”

  1. Vivian Seidler

    It looks like this lucky pony has some delicious grazing ahead of him! Thank you Peter! so beautiful!

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  2. deanie

    I’m trying to find Vermont PBS on Long Island, NY, FIOS TV…

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    • George

      I’m going to try VT PBS on line down here in Georgia. I hope that by clicking on the “Watch on Line” tab I’ll be able to do that.

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    • Peter Huntoon

      It will be available via their Youtube channel anywhere, once it airs on the cable channel. Thanks Deanie!

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  3. Ellen Karadimas

    Brings back so many memories of peaceful days in Vermont. Will try to catch the show online, if possible.
    thank you for sharing!

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  4. Brian Blaine

    How much I appreciate the stories you continue to tell with brush and paint. The subject photo speaks of a quiet Vermont barnyard in early spring……but from there your art eloquently reminds us through the exaggerated sag and sway of the barn and the quiet horse soaking in the sun’s warmth that a hard winter has barely passed, and that, in the briefest of time, the foliage on the trees will be mature, and fields will sway with tall grasses dancing to the bob-o-links’ song. Congrats on adding PBS to your list of accomplishments. I’ll be watching the series.

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    • Peter Huntoon

      I’ve been thinking a lot about how fast time passes lately, Brian. Not sure why. Thank you!

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  5. Chris Thrane

    Peter, I have added this to the calendar for Thursday night and look forward to viewing. Proud to say I went through school with you and saw your talents emerge through out the years. Well done sir, well done!

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thanks very much Chris, in some ways, I feel like we’ve come a long way since 1980. In others, (hopefully in the best of ways), I’m still the exact same kid.

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  6. cynthia adams

    A lovely tranquil scene captured w/ your signature addition(LOVE the old truck as opposed to the car….). Very glad you are being honored w/ PBS exposure. Cynthia

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  7. Alison DeVito

    I will attempt to watch down in Jersey – I’d much rather be in my favorite place of all – Vermont – to see it!

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Alison, it will be on Youtube if you can’t get the channel.

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  8. Renee

    You gained two new fans this evening, Peter Huntoon! My sister and I watched your new series on PBS and were captured by your techniques and your wonderful demeanor. From one native Vermonter to another: thank you for making us proud! Well done!

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Renee, I love connecting with new art friends. Glad you enjoyed the PBS program!

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  9. Susan Roberts

    Again, nice painting! Watched you on PBS…congratulations!

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