The April sky hovers low over a farm along Rt 30 in Cornwall, just south of Middlebury.
There’s a rich beauty to the Vermont landscape in April, just before everything turns green.
Raw and honest. Earnest and unpretentious.
Mother Earth momentarily stripped bare to the bone, before donning her new seasonal attire.
Size: 12X16 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on panel
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I knew your work, because when we went back to our Killington Grand time share, your print of Snowshed was in our unit. So, I’ve been looking at that for a while, and that’s part of why I had to buy one of your works. Also, the Maiden Vermont cow print is fun and adds a lighter touch to our family room. Thanks again.
Days Gone By: Auction Archive
This local scene has been captivating my artistic interest for a while, and I’m glad I finally gave it a go. It’s been said that “familiarity breeds contempt”. Hmm. I prefer the artistically appropriate alternative… Wikipedia: The mere-exposure effect is a … Continued