A Day in Vermont
May 1, 2017

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Grafton Vermont

Auction Closed. Sold Via Buy Now $800

I was going to take an extra week “off” from A Day in Vermont to finish up a number of winter scenes in the studio.

But making good progress I decided to post a new auction.

“Grafton Vermont” is one of the finished pieces.

I also decided to share all the new paintings with you, below.

Enjoy!

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

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Here are several new paintings recently completed and now available.

A few are the result of a great week spent in Grafton, painting with a hearty group of talented artists known as the “Frozen-Asses”, hosted by Charlie Hunter at the Grafton Inn.

The weather that week in March lived up to the name!

Winter Orchard 9X12 Oil on Panel   Original: Available     

 

March Pasture 9X12 Oil on Panel   Original: Available

 

Back Road Wanderlust 9X12 Oil on Panel   Original: Available

 

Spring Barnyard 9X12 Oil on Panel   Original: Available

 

Saxtons River Vermont 12X16 Oil on Panel   Original: Available

 

Saxtons River Sunrise 12X16 Oil on Panel   Original: Available

 

Palmer House 12X24 Oil on Panel   Original: Available

 

26 Responses to “Grafton Vermont”

  1. Karen Moorman

    They are all wonderful, It must really be a beautiful area. I hope someday to visit Vermont. Your Monday paintings always start my week out right. Thanks for sharing your work

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Karen, hope you visit my studio when you come!

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  2. Vivian Seidler

    The pictures are wonderful, Peter! Thank you! Love the name of the group!

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  3. Robin Moseley Simmons

    These are great! I have been waiting for you to get to Grafton! I spent many summers there with my Dad and Grandmother as a child. I loved hanging out in town or playing in the brook behind my Dad’s house or trying to climb the mountain behind my Grammy Kay’s place. Now I love to take my children up there to visit.

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  4. Brian Blaine

    I marvel at how much you can accomplish in so short a time– what a beautiful group of paintings! My favorites are Winter Orchard and March pasture. Creative use of a limited palette and interesting shapes and composition turn complexity into simple and graceful beauty !

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Brian, this group actually represents work done over the last couple few months. I had collected enough “almost finished” pieces in the studio where I had to buckle down and attack them. Now, onward to some green!

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  5. cynthia adams

    Enjoying the wonderful array of your art today…Glad you had a week of some R&R while also creating more “stories”. I like the Grafton site …nice to see the tree branches hovering over street lites. The whole scene is truly country! Cynthia

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Cynthia, the Grafton area is a painters paradise, but then, so is all of Vermont! 🙂

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  6. Doris Michel

    You did a great job! And now springtime begins with all the lovely flowers and lightgreen trees. It will be funny to see the new powerful paintings.

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Doris, yes, I’m now looking forward to spring colors!

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  7. Melodie

    Thank you for the bonus works of art! 🙂 Absolutely beautiful.

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  8. Nora Huntoon Inglis

    I love all of these, unfortunately can’t afford the originals right now. How much for prints?

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Nora. Yes, prints are available and start at $45 for 11X14. Just let me know if I can help. You can email me at peter@peterhuntoon.com if you like.

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  9. Steve Gilzow

    Very cool you were painting with Charlie Hunter, he has such a great eye and sense of humor. Congratulations on the productivity! Will you be doing a series of rusted infrastructure?

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thanks Steve, yes Charlie, and the whole group, location, Inn, etc were great. Lots of fun for sure. Nobody does rusted infrastructure better than Charlie, so I think that’s best left to him!

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  10. Connie Aldrich

    I do believe that I am in ‘need’, of some ‘Cards’ to use as ‘writing paper’ for my friends !!! I need some sample that I may click on & order~~ are they still in a pack o’ 5 ??? This I’ve done in the past ~~ Connie, Thanks!!

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Hi Connie, yes, I offer them in six-packs. That has a nicer ring to it, eh? If you go to any print on my website, under the drop down you will see Cards you can add to your cart. Or, you can email or call me with an order. peter@peterhuntoon.com, 0r 802-235-2328. I’m off painting this morning (Wed) but home later today.

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  11. Rich

    “You can’t get there……from here…………..” ..Some roads in Vermont can take you to some magical places.Great depth Peter> Looking forward to the Summer blooms of color. All the Best my friend? Rick Stott.

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thanks Rich, always good to hear from you old friend!

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  12. Sharon

    Love, love your work…….nothing disappoints……..so many of your site paintings make one feel like you’re there…..hope to get to your studio in July. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent.

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    • Peter Huntoon

      I’ll look forward to your visit Sharon, thanks!

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