A Day in Vermont
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Today's Painting

Whaleback Vineyard

The happy vines at Whaleback Vineyard in Poultney, Vermont are slowly starting to come to life after a long winter.

Along with the rest of us.

I love painting on overcast days, in between the raindrops.

We’ve had plenty of them so far this Spring.

Please enjoy the new Video below, along with a personal invitation to Open Studio Weekend!

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

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Spring Open Studio 2019

Please accept my personal invitation to Vermont’s Open Studio Weekend!

You can visit and tour artisan studios throughout Vermont on Memorial Day Weekend.

Participating studios will be open Saturday and Sunday, May 25 & 26, 10AM-5PM.

You can grab a map, check out the guide online, or just follow the yellow signs.

In Middletown Springs, along with my Peter Huntoon Studio, please visit Rising Meadow Pottery, David Munyak Woodturner, and of course the world famous Sissy’s Kitchen.

I look forward to seeing you!

Please Note: Due in part to Open Studio preparation, this auction is scheduled to run for two weeks, closing on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27.

30 Responses to “Whaleback Vineyard”

  1. Lenor Filler

    Oh I love this one… and the video is so inspiring.. love to see how you do your thing , sending it to my son who is quite an artist and just retired ,, hope he can get motivated by you!

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  2. Margaret Morefield

    Absolutely fascinating watching you create one of your masterpieces! I have no artistic talent at all so I have a sincere appreciation for those who do.

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  3. Conni Bonak

    You DO know how to catch the viewer’s eye – a RED barn !! Love it – thank you Peter Huntoon !!!

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  4. Kathy Heywood

    Love watching you work. Completely fascinating to see things materialize with the gentle brush strokes. Thank you for sharing!

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  5. Beth Ruberg

    Oh Peter! Painting while standing up and with gloves on! What a feat! You are fascinating to watch. Thanks so much for the video. It’s a lovely scene.

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  6. brian blaine

    I too enjoy painting on an overcast day. The landscape in such weather displays an added richness in depth and color. I always like your video clips too, especially watching those first bold strokes of the brush come to life, much like watching a butterfly emerge in splendor from its humble chrysalis .

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  7. Beth Ann Weymer Rossi

    So very, very, Vermonty. Nothing makes spring any more crisp than red barns.

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  8. Charlene Whitehouse

    Your paintings are always inspiring to me. I love your vision.

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  9. Claudia Scott

    Love your videos and how you produce such gorgeous paintings with a brush and blade is awesome. Thank you for taking the time to produce these.

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  10. Barbara Geffers

    I could move into that house tomorrow….so peaceful and a vineyard at that…What could be better surroundings! Love your work.

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  11. Joan Drew

    It’s been 20 years now Peter and I never tire of watching you paint!
    Beautiful.

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  12. Randy Priest

    I watch all of your videos and I still can’t figure out how you do it. If there is a next life, I want to return to live in Vermont and paint just like you!

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  13. Mary Fenton

    Like this painting. They have a booth at the Farmer’s Market in Rutland..

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  14. judy reynolds

    This is my first time watching you paint & it was quite fascinating. I am not a painter at all, but I do appreciate watching how you interpreted the scene to your artistic expertise and brought it to life. I will be looking forward to the next one.

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  15. Susan Kick

    I loved the Video so much. What a beautiful picture and you make it look so effortless!! My sister lives in Vermont and love to view all the many facets of your beautiful state.

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