A Day in Vermont
July 30, 2018


Lake Flyer

Empathy: the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another.

Empathy is important for an artist. I’ve never actually carved up a lake on water skis, but after painting this, it sure feels like I have.

Size: 10X20 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on panel

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11 Responses to “Lake Flyer”

  1. Doris Michel

    Hi Peter, this is the ultimative fun. But the one and only time I tried water skiing it was funny for the others. Wonderful blue seaside. Sparkling water and small waves. I’ll take my bike and will ride around the six lakes in Duisburg also watching the water skiers. Perhaps it will he as blue as your cool blue painting.

  2. Joan Ward

    Yes, you did carve up the lake with determination and beauty!

  3. Mary Fran

    Totally awesome! Love the activity. Beautiful as usual , Peter!

  4. Richard Columbia

    Peter….I feel as immersive in the painting as you do. I just returned from our stay on Lake Rescue and this was almost the exact view from our house windows . The view of your lake is uncannily similar, the distant mountain and the wooded point were in my sight daily. If you ever visit Lake Rescue check out the view from the red bridge, you’ll be amazed…..your paintings alway brings out the best of memories of Vermont

  5. Diane De France

    Wow Peter a wonderful sense of action! I love the serenity of the trees and mountains in the background.

  6. cynthia adams

    Exquisite! Amazing artistry in motion! Setting is beautiful;

  7. Sandra Welch

    Hi Peter. Every week beautiful beautiful artwork
    of a beautiful state! Thank you for some
    true beauty on. FB. Puts me in a gentle

  8. brian blaine

    You are both an empathizer and an artist, and through your sensitivity and understanding we all are blessed.

  9. robert speiser

    that is just dandy! I went water=skiing once, many years ago on Lake Willoughby..that was fun!


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