We have some snow now.
I like to keep an eye on the weather, and when the going gets tough, I get going.
Potential painting subjects seem to take on a little extra personality.
Bridgewater offered me this nice view last week.
The snow clouds were lifting just enough to sneak a peek at Killington off in the distance.
Size: 12X16 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on panel
And the Winners Are…
Each month I draw two random Day in Vermont subscribers to win a free print of their choice.
It’s one small way I can say thanks for your tremendous support.
Our first winner for February is Betsy Lenora of Somerville, MA. Betsy chose “Snow Bound” and had this to say…
Tho I was born in MA, VT still seems like “home”. Both of my parents were born in southern VT, so there were many family trips over the years. My mother’s side goes back at least to the Civil War – all her relatives are buried in the Meeting House Hill Cemetery in West Brattleboro. Tho today no one remains, I retrace my childhood memories several times a year, feeling like my roots are still in VT. In “SNOWBOUND”, Peter expresses that wintry day feeling of looking out the window at a cold and frozen world while we are safe and warm inside.
Our second winner is Jeff Schroeder of Castleton, VT. Jeff chose “October Road” and had this to say…
My wife and I just retired and received a print from each of our employers. I worked for Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired and received A Comfortable Retirement. My wife worked for Rutland Regional Medical Center and received Out to Pasture. Both prints were our picks so with your painting we will be off to enjoy the many back roads of Vermont. Jeff & Pat Schroeder
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