A Day in Vermont
August 14, 2017


Finnel Hollow Farm

Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now $800. Next Auction Monday August 21. 

The Finnel Hollow Road in East Poultney is also known as “The Loop Road.”

The hard working Moyer Farm is a permanent fixture here.

Many places in Vermont seem to go by two different names.

Same goes for the people.

While one name might be official, the other’s often practical.

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

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46 Responses to “Finnel Hollow Farm”

  1. Gail Rhoades

    Love this painting, I am partial to country roads, barns and age. This would be a peaceful walk to restore your soul and clear your mind. Your work always touches my heart.

  2. Karen Moorman

    It is a beautiful painting. I feel like I am in the picture. I too love pictures of the country. Thanks again for making my Monday brighter

  3. Ann Cotrupi

    Feeling like I belong in this beautiful painting. Remarkable for what your art invokes. Thank you

  4. Teresa L Howard

    This painting captures the true meaning of the Vermont Farm.

  5. Marcia Durham Weger

    Love,love this painting. This was my dad’s original farm before moving to our other East Poultney farm/house.

  6. Deb Farrington

    Curious : Is it fairly common or rare for the
    road to between buildings of a farm ?

  7. Barbara Lyman

    In your Wallingford ones, do you have one of East street and the Haggerty place

  8. Kathy Mahar Stephenson

    Hi Peter!
    I didn’t know if you were aware or not, but the house on the left hand side of your painting, the one that sits on the rise, was, at one time, the local courthouse!! My grandmother often talked about it. She was the school teacher at the little school house just a tiny bit further up the road.
    I always enjoy your work. It’s so relaxing and calming to look at.

  9. Heather

    I was raised here on the farm. It is a quiet road most of the time, great place to get lost in thoughts and just feel peace. Many memories of everything this painting has captured and then some. You did a wonderful job. I just love it.

  10. Michele

    Peter you’ve done it again.
    It feels like I’m walking right down the road.
    You have captured the beauty and peaceful feeling of Vermont.
    Thank you.

  11. Brian Blaine

    It occurs to me that farming and painting are very similar occupations. Whether it be seeds of corn or of artistic inspiration, both must first be sown. Then, with a generous measure of hard work, wisdom gained from prior experience, clear vision, the blessing of God, and a certain amount of sheer luck, comes the reward. This painting is truly beautiful. Now may the farmer’s corn will win its struggle over a wet and stormy summer to yield an equally rich harvest.

  12. Michael

    Great painting. This happens to be the farm I grew up on for my first 10 years or so. I was back visiting this summer and bought my syrup just down the road at Greene’s.

    • Peter Huntoon

      A whole lot of people grew up here or have roots here. Thanks Michael!

      • Peg Moyer

        It’s really cool to read the comments of others who have lived here or know more of the history. It was a wonderful place to grow up 🙂


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