A Day in Vermont
September 16, 2019


September Bouquet

Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now. Next Auction Monday, Sept 23. 

While the Vermont landscape steadily stokes my creative fire, the cinders can spark interest in other subjects as well.

This delicate arrangement appeared on the kitchen table last week before it was whisked away to my studio.

My wife makes a beautiful home. It’s the little things that make it so.

“Every day, I like to wake up and remind myself to be grateful of the simple things.” Miranda Kerr

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

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27 Responses to “September Bouquet”

  1. Ellen Karadimas

    I adore this! Love the minimalist approach, the colors, and the delicate beauty of it!

  2. Lenor Filler

    love it . Simple beauty .. . just did a simple fall arrangement for Garden Club.. not many flowers around now.

  3. Lexi Moore

    Peter, this is beautiful. It looks like the flowers that I choose for my kitchen island. I love it so much!

  4. carol

    Love, love, love flowers! A painting that could go anywhere! Thank you for brightening my day!

  5. Barbara Petrush

    Beautiful! Very calming. Simple. Love the colors. Would love it in my bedroom.

  6. Janet Prieger

    As a small time artist I am always fascinated by the beauty of your paintings. I do love the landscapes primarily. This one however took my breath away. The color of the background and the simplistic elegance of the flowers. Extraordinary

  7. Anne Parlin

    no other word would do
    This is one of my favorites from one of my favorite artists! WOW!!!

  8. Leslie Carbine

    I love this painting. Purple is a color that grabs my attention as soon as I see it… Always has. I love that it’s the focal point of such a beautiful, self-explanatory painting.

  9. Peter Huntoon

    Thank you all for the wonderful comments, and of course your tremendous support. You are very much appreciated!

  10. Beth Cannon-Smith

    Just wondering if all your paintings can be bought as prints as well.
    If so, what would the cost be?
    Thanks, an old Vermonter living in Virginia


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