Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now. Next Auction Monday, Nov 2.
“And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.” – John Muir
A few weeks ago I shared “Why I Paint.” Having a good idea about “What I Paint” also keeps me on the trail.
Yes, I do love painting barns, birches, birds, and butterflies. But below the surface of any specific subject is a rich layer of “what” waiting to be explored.
What I Paint (a condensed list)
Size: 12X16 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on panel
And the Winners Are…
Each month I draw two random names from my list of “A Day in Vermont” email subscribers to win a free print of their choice.
It’s a fun way I can say thanks for your continued support.
Our first winner for October is Hannah Simon of Hoboken, NJ. Hannah chose “Mad River” and had this to say… “I would need more than a few sentences to articulate what Vermont means to me. There are too many reasons to count why I love Vermont. Vermont to me, means family. It is walking through Grandpa’s garden, watching my Grandma greet us at her kitchen window after a 4 hour drive up to visit, as well as waving goodbye when we leave. Vermont is Thanksgiving and New Years weekends, boating at Lake St. Catherine, walks to the Covered Bridge, around the back road and tubing down the battenkill with our extended family. I love Vermont because I love the fresh air, the peace and quiet, the tranquility, and the way each bend in the road looks like “a wall of trees”. I selected ‘Mad River’ because it instantly reminded me of many trips down the Battenkill River and the feeling of laying in a tube listening to the rapids and watching the sun hit the trees. While a new subscriber to A Day in Vermont, I love that the weekly updates bring a little bit of Vermont to me down in New York.”
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