A Day in Vermont
September 2, 2013


Church Garden

This late summer garden in Clarendon stopped me in my tracks.

The colorful flowers sang like a gospel choir against the warmth of the old Brick Church.

For those who requested additional images of the actual painting process, please enjoy the little slide show.

Size: 9X12 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on linen panel

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And the winner is…

Congratulations to Kelly Giancola of Rutland Vermont, our September winner of a free print. Kelly chose “April’s Flowers“, and had this to say about Vermont:

“I have been thinking about Vermont and what living here means to me. The relationships we have here are not only between people, but are also evident in how we see our environment. That is what your paintings help us to do. I tell my children that wherever you are in Rutland, you can look around and see the mountains. From downtown, just look between the buildings and the church steeples and you can see a sunset or a storm approaching against the backdrop of the mountains. My hope is that my children will always take a moment to appreciate their surroundings whether they choose to live in Vermont or bring their new relationships back to visit this beautiful place.”

Wishing you a safe and happy Labor Day!

Warmest regards,


2 Responses to “Church Garden”

  1. Jesse and Blanche Lobel

    Wanted to thank you once more for the wonderful tour of your place.

    • Peter Huntoon

      Thanks for the note and visit, it’s always a pleasure to have nice visitors who share our love for art and Vermont!


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