About me begins with you…

My family, friends, collectors, teachers and students.

I’m profoundly grateful for a lifetime filled to the brim with inspiration and influence.

Your encouragement, ideas, and generous support created the artist I’ve become.

A full time artist doing what I love every day, I’m an open minded & creative guy… dependable, professional, and easy to do business with. I’m a hard working native Vermonter who enjoys meeting and working with exceptionally nice people doing good things.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you.

The purpose of life is to discover your gift. The meaning of life is to give it away.

David Viscott

Biography

Peter Huntoon has been painting professionally since 1994. A life long passion for art and his native state of Vermont are evident in his work. His distinctive award-winning paintings in oil and watermedia feature strong composition, innovative color, and enthusiastic brushwork. Educated in Vermont and Colorado Huntoon received his BA in Art from Castleton University. Peter was Color Group Manager at Sto Corp. (a world leader in architectural coatings) for 20 years, becoming a full time artist in 2012. He has studied and painted with many contemporary masters including Stephen Quiller, Frank Webb, Zoltan Szabo, Cheng Khee Chee, Mark Boedges, Charlie Hunter, and Robert Sydorowich. Peter is a founding signature member of the Vermont Watercolor Society.

In March 2013 Peter launched A Day in Vermont, a weekly email love letter featuring a brand new painting. A Day in Vermont “celebrates the beauty of Vermont, one painting at a time.” Over 10,000 subscribers from across the country and around the world now share this authentic artistic adventure. As a way to say thanks, Peter draws two random subscriber names each month to win a free print of their choice. It’s free to subscribe at ADayinVermont.com.

Peter has been featured in Vermont Magazine and WCAX TV’s “Made in Vermont” series. Peter’s “A Day in Vermont” plein-air painting video series now airs regularly on Vermont PBS.

Along with his artist wife Mareva Millarc, Peter lives and works from his studio in Middletown Springs, Vermont. His work is represented in public and private collections around the world.