A Day in Vermont
December 21, 2020


Quechee Vermont

Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now. Next Auction Monday, Jan 4. 

Seasons Greetings!

As 2020 comes to a close, please accept my sincere gratitude for sharing this artistic journey with me. While I may stand at the easel alone, each painting is a creative collaboration. In a wonderful way your energy flows into every mark I make. Your continued interest and enthusiastic support inspires me to do my very best work, and keeps fresh paint on the palette. For everything you are and all that you do, Thank You!

Please Note: This auction is scheduled to run two weeks, until Monday, Jan 4. I’ll be taking next week “off” to refocus and recharge.

Wishing you good health, peace, and love,


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

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6 Responses to “Quechee Vermont”

  1. Karen R Moorman

    I love the painting for today. Thank you for making my Monday mornings special. Enjoy your Christmas and time with family

  2. Susan Kick

    Another gorgeous painting! Captures Vermont and Christmas perfectly. Merry Christmas, Peter, and thank you so much for sharing your talent every Monday morning!

  3. cynthia adams

    Nice memories of Quechee….nice town and I love covered bridges. So glad to see the cupola; very unique. Have a nice holiday , and healthy 2021. Cindy

  4. Beth Ann

    I took my four siblings to Quechee this November on our Siblings Weekend. Unfortunately, because of that darn Covid, we were not able to see the glass blowing. That didn’t stop us from walking to the bridge and admiring the falls and listening to the tune it played. Thank you for refreshing that particular memory so beautifully with the Monday morning treat, love it. Also I’ve got my cousin, Susan Kick in FL (see above comment) hooked on your work. You give us all joy. Merry Christmas Peter!

  5. Deanie

    Peter, as you thank us for being part of your journey, I also say THANK YOU to you fir sharing your love of painting, the beauty in the world around us… Merry Christmas! Some day I may paint, too…

  6. Brian Blaine

    Merry Christmas, Peter! Thank you for yet another year of inspiration for us all. Your words and your art bring a sense of peace,hope, and joy, even in a difficult year.


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