We got another few inches of snow last week and I took a few photos in Wallingford on my way home.
The Wallingford Fire Station is a subject I’ve passed hundreds of times, half planning to paint it “someday”.
Then someday comes and something clicks. Perhaps it’s just the right light, a certain color combination, or a prevailing mood.
In a flash of elan it’s suddenly seen with fresh eyes and must be painted.
Size: 12X16 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on panel
And the Winners Are…
As you may know, I draw two random “A Day in Vermont” email subscribers each month to win a free print of their choice.
It’s one way I can say thank you for your continued support.
Our first winner for March is Linda Matejcak of Manhattan, Illinois. Linda chose “October Farm” and had this to say…
“I love Vermont for the mountains. Of course there is nowhere on earth like Vermont in the fall. But each season brings such beauty. After a rainfall one summer on a beautiful winding road, my eyes just hurt from the brilliance. The farms have always charmed me, with the barns and the hay rolls. It just seems like my soul belongs in Vermont. Maybe someday. I always look forward to A Day in Vermont. Peter has captured so much of what makes Vermont so special, in so many different seasons. The nature of Vermont just speaks through his paintings.”
Our second winner is Judy Rich, of Anchorage Alaska. Judy chose “Northfield Bridge” and had this to say…
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