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Today's Painting

Park Portico

A view from the Fair Haven Park looking west toward New York State.

I’ve always been a fan of portals… a probable consequence of growing up with Star-Trek and Johnny Quest.

The idea of “passing through” into another time and place appeals to my curiosity and sense of adventure.

I can’t wait to get there and paint.

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

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10 Responses to “Park Portico”

  1. Beth Ruberg

    What a wonderful older home, so well captured by you! Peter. And now a funny story…we live in Fair Haven, NJ but always vacation in northern VT.(South Hero). Some years ago my husband decided we should check out Fair Haven VT…we drove a crazy amount of extra miles just to be able to say ‘we were there”.

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  2. Beth Ann Weymer Rossi

    Oh the stories this grand old house could tell. Love that you made it this shade of mellow yellow. Thank you for the Monday morning 🙂

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  3. lori huntoon

    I really love this! The painting AND the story. Partial also to the fact that watching Jonny Quest is one of my most cherished memories of childhood!

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  4. suzi r

    Portal? there are three there, one open to the wayfarer, two containing mysteries. The whole piece is beautiful, with the intrigue of the open portal accentuated by the grey Vermont-NY skies. The effect would have been lost to the viewer with a sunshiny, golden afternoon presentation. Cheers to you, Peter, for a painting that states more than the obvious!

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  5. Lillian Mercado

    Love this scene and the beautiful house. Love the porch which makes it a real home to me.

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  6. Carol Little

    It is indeed a portal to a distant time and lifestyle! You really made this old house come alive again!

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  7. Barbara Christiano

    Thank you Peter for the lovely painting… and your thoughts about portals. I don’t
    Know if you are a Harry Potter fan; I am… there are several ways the wizards are transported,
    One is via a “port key”. Something that art provides for us!

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