A Day in Vermont
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Today's Painting

Flora and Fauna

Have you noticed the sweet color harmonies along our Vermont roadsides recently?

Delicate accents of yellow, violet, and blue sparkle like jewels among the lush and vibrant greens.

The Queen Anne’s Lace seem especially regal, standing tall among her subjects.

Here, a noble forest prince or princess joins the royal procession.

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

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16 Responses to “Flora and Fauna”

  1. Lenor Filler

    Oh I just love it .. the feeling of the deep dark woods .. and the surprise deer one of the best!!!!
    Oh I love it .. the feeling of the deep dark woods and the surprise deer .. one of the best!!

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  2. Beth Ann Rossi

    The ease of a lazy summer day and eye candy for the soul. Thank you Peter!

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  3. marie henry

    Hello, when bidding, I entered a different bid than is showing on the screen. I tried to adjust it but it said that is the bid that I already entered? Wondering if I’m doing something wrong? This is my first time doing this.

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  4. Conni Bonak

    Fall is #1, Spring #2 – so glad you rolled in Fall – I can smell the trees – love it…

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  5. Susan Kick

    Absolutely awesome and adorable at the same time. The colors are amazing. I love this one, Peter!!

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  6. Brian Blaine

    Earlier this summer I enjoyed a similar view out my kitchen window. Now maturing growth in the old field stands dense and high, with my only view of deer being the tips of their ears as they stand hidden amongst the goldenrod. No regrets, however, as the weeds and flowers of August delight the eye with their own kind of beauty.

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  7. lisa steckler

    I love how this came out. It was such a treat to watch you paint some of it at art in the park.

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  8. Alta Johnston

    Breathtaking as usual. I could look at your paintings forever.

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  9. Francesca

    It looks exactly like the deer I see all the time on my walks. It’s so peaceful when she appears. She stares at me for awhile and then will mosey off. It’s lovely.
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