A Day in Vermont
July 8, 2019

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Island Pond Vermont

Creativity and luck are always welcome allies when it comes to art.

They come in handy when finding a good place to paint, especially in the pouring rain. So it was the day I painted Island Pond.

A covered bay at the old train depot offered both a perfect shelter and view of the town.

Thanks to the nice folks at the Community National Bank for letting me set up shop!

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

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26 Responses to “Island Pond Vermont”

  1. Anne Perretta

    Sometimes artists don’t always have to put in what’s there. I think leaving out the yellow stripe would have enhanced the scene.

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Funny, that’s my favorite part. An early lesson for most artists is that we must always trust and follow our own personal instincts, come what may.

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  2. Connie Bonak

    You sure do know how to make a rainy day sunny !! Thanx, Peter – I always enjoy your paintings…..

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  3. Beth Ann Weymer Rossi

    How lovely to start the week with a peek at Island Pond in the rain. Love the way it glistenes and shimmers and love the memories I have of this sweet place. Thanks, Peter I so appreciate your talent.

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  4. Lillian Mercado

    Love how you made this scene so colorful although it was a rainy day.

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  5. Pat Forse

    Fond memories of Island Pond . Dinner at Zack’ s on the Rocks will never forget it .
    Come to the Jersey Shore to memorialize our beautiful area. As always , be our guest

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  6. Lenor Filler

    I love when you do towns .. and like the picture in a picture today

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  7. Doris Michel

    A rainy day at a pittoresk corner. Nicer than the original I would say. But why the electricity comes from wires high above? Since many years there are no wires anymore in towns and villages in Germany, they are hidden in the earth. Cables like my arm Only lonesome buildings and farms

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thanks Doris! I’m just an artist so I don’t know anything about power line options. 🙂

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  8. Doris Michel

    I continue: Only lonesome buildings an farms get their electricity with wires like yours in Vermont.
    Greetings from Duisburg

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  9. cynthia adams

    Older town buildings have such nice colors and unique shapes. You got another church steeple in a painting! Unique set up for your art/skill. Cindy

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  10. brian blaine

    What a rainy day lacks with the absence of sunshine is often compensated for by richer color tones and wonderful reflections. Nicely done!

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  11. Julie

    Stunning! We were just in Island Pond this past Saturday for the “July 4th” parade and it rained (downpoured actually); town looked just like this! (I know because I was caught walking through town when the skies opened up! LOL It’s kind of surreal to see a painting and know exactly the place and the feeling. Just beautiful.

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  12. Melodie Saladino

    This one is special. I just love it! Thank you for sharing. 🙂

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  13. Sharon Talarico

    My brother and wife have a home on Main St. In this quaint train depot town. I walk and ride my bike through this scene often. Very Vermont!

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