A Day in Vermont
February 15, 2021


February Flowers

Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now. Next Auction Monday, Feb 22. 

My wife has a beautiful voice, and once in a great while she’ll sing for me.

When she sang “You don’t bring me flowers anymore” recently, I took note!

The local grocery store had a fine selection and I chose this bouquet to bring home. Of course it didn’t take long to visit my studio.

There are many similarities between music and painting, and I enjoy using musical elements in my work.

Here for example, I felt a distinctive rhythm and directional thrust in the arrangement, emulating that movement and lilting tempo with my brush. The gentle blue-green color harmony, subtlety nuanced, keeps things light and fresh.

“Music in the soul can be heard by the universe.” – Lao Tzu

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

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16 Responses to “February Flowers”

  1. Elizabeth McCarthy

    Today’s painting, February Flowers is beautiful. I love the poetic image it evokes, the fragility of life in glass. Thank you for sharing your artwork with us.

  2. Beth Ruberg

    So refreshing to see the lightness of your painting this week. Very uplifting.

  3. Carla Melton

    I love this painting. It reminds me of my Grandmother. She had a flower garden and would pick fresh flowers every morning and place them in a mason jar.

  4. Deanie

    Music and painting. You are so poetic… the flowers are lovely… thank you…

  5. cynthia adams

    Nice to ponder…. somewhere below all this snow/cold are sleeping plants not ready to awake yet.

  6. Anne Twohey

    So beautiful..would love to have this in my living room..dreaming of Spring and warmer weather..❤️

  7. Michael Emerick

    So much energy radiating from the center! Like an abstract floral nebula in the cold blue of space (February). I love it!

    • Michael Emerick

      So much energy radiating from the center! Like an abstract floral nebula in the cold blue of space (February). I love it! I also enjoy the photo of your workshop…the subject matter…and the final sentience of your rich imaginings…and the landscape of your artistic battlefield.

  8. Mary Beth

    Made me laugh Peter – you brought the flowers for your wife then took them to your studio!
    Love the painting!

  9. Michael Takac

    Wise man to make the purchase.
    Talented man to paint it & preserve for prosperity.
    Lucky man to have met & married your wife.
    3 for 3 Peter, great start to ’21! My best to you both

  10. Peter Huntoon

    Thank you all for the great comments, always fun to read and much appreciated!


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