A Day in Vermont
December 19, 2016

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Home for the Holidays

Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now $800. 

Next Auction Monday Dec 26. 

A fresh blanket of snow put me in the holiday mood.

So off I went to find a worthy subject.

Four wheel drive and good snow tires are a necessity in my line of work.

If home is where the heart is, I hope yours is filled with peace and joy.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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

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And the Winners are…

Each month a draw two random Day in Vermont subscribers to win a free free print of their choice.

It’s one small way I can say thanks for your tremendous support.

Congratulations to our winners for December!

Our first winner is Pat Goodman of Towaco, NJ. Pat chose “Evening Meadow”, and had the to say…

“I look forward to a Day in Vermont. It puts me in a “state of mind” remembering those happy days of family camping, leaf peeping after visiting a daughter at Western New England College for her Birthday every year, and the visits to my sister Sharon in Dorset during Christmas. Thank You for stirring these memories with your wonderful talents.”

Our second winner is Tony Marro of Old Bennington, VT. Tony chose “Ice-Out”, and had this to say…

“Thanks much. I’ve been following a Day in Vermont since it began and think it captures perfectly all of Vermont in all seasons.”

44 Responses to “Home for the Holidays”

  1. Robin Crittenden

    Gosh, I love this Peter. It reminds be of the countryside where my mother was born in rural Virginia. Whoever gets it will be blessed. I wish I could but not able. Love it.

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  2. Doris Michel

    Oh, how nice! Soft lilac-grey wintercolors. Frosted snow and twilight…. And you love to stay at home. Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

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  3. Dave Miller

    Peter- a beautiful winter scene. This makes me consider visiting my sister and brother in law in Dorset this winter. Your paintings have been a wonderful addition to our Florida home. Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Dave, I’ll look forward to seeing you guys when you visit again!

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  4. Karen Nevin

    This is beautiful! the muted colors are not your usual palette, but I love this one. Makes me think of Frost’s “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening”. Happy Holidays to you!

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thanks very much Karen! I have been playing with some (very) muted compositions. You may see some more in 2017. 🙂

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  5. Susan Roberts

    I love this too, the feeling you get looking at it, the colors, the angles, etc…
    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year Peter!

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  6. Betsy Lenora

    I look forward to receiving your paintings and the glimpse into your heart as a person and an artist. Wishing YOU a healthy, peaceful and prosperous holiday season!

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  7. Rich Stott

    Merry Christmas Peter and a Happy and healthy New Year!
    Please do keep the Art work coming it adds so much culture to the area…..So glad to have you as my friend of Christmas past……….and present…….Ricksta.

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  8. Tina Rosen

    Ah, the cozy setting of the perfect place to call home! Thank you for brightening my day Peter.

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  9. Tina Rosen

    Ah, the perfect cozy setting to call home in our magnificent Green Mountain state. Thank you for brightening up my day Peter.

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  10. cynthia adams

    Beautiful road for a nice sleigh ride to Grandma’s warm hearth and kitchen goodies for the holiday. VERY nice… Enjoy the season… Cynthia

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  11. Linda Martel

    Hi Peter, Home for the Holidays is wonderful. I would love it if you did note cards or Christmas cards.
    This one would be my choice!
    Merry Christmas!

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  12. Brian Blaine

    When the snow is falling values and contrasts are diminished, but a richness remains. Delicate color enhances the grays, and a sense of peace and stillness descends. A soft glow of warm light from distant windows welcomes each of us home, even if only possible in our minds and hearts. Merry Christmas, Peter. So glad I got to meet you this past summer in Waitsfield. I’ll try to send a little warm Florida sunshine your way!

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    • Doris Michel

      Hi Brian, for me your comments are highlights. I’m waiting for them. And so I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year from a distant grey Duisburg in Germany. Doris

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    • Peter Huntoon

      I can’t top Doris’ comments this week Brian…thanks to you both! 🙂

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  13. thomas village

    2017 brings retirement to my boyhood home, the lovely Cotswold Hills of Oxfordshire, England. The nearest place on earth I know that compares to the beauty that is our Vermont home. I’ve placed a bid on the “Home for the Holidays” painting, Peter. It will take pride of place in my Cotswold home if my acquisition succeeds. A fond reminder of the many wonderful years I have spent here in Vermont.

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thank you Thomas, I have heard of many great artists being attracted to that area. It looks wonderful and maybe I will visit one day. Sorry you did not “win” this one, but hopefully there will be another that you will fall in love with.

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  14. Carrie Shambo

    ❤❄ My life til now!! Beautiful painting!! It’s brings joy to my heart

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  15. Doris Michel

    Now I wish all of us in our fine community a peaceful season. I’m so glad to be here and I hope we’ll have a new year full of fine art and positive energy without disgusting events. Let’s pray for it. Doris

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  16. Mary Fran Lloyd

    WOW!!!! What a great way to end the year, Peter. Congratulations on all your auction sales. THANK YOU for sharing your wonderful art with all of us along with your beautiful heart & soul. You deserve every benefit that you reap 🙂 Merry Christmas and continuous success in the New Year!

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thanks so much Mary Fran, much appreciated. As a fellow artist, you know very well the real work it takes to consistently produce your best work.

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  17. Rebecca Rimson

    Peter, your painting reminds me of a vintage sepia photograph, in its coloring and its perspective. Thank you once again for sharing your heart and eye.

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  18. Karen Piggrem

    Your pictures make feel that I am back in Vermont. Thank you so much.

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