There’s something in the water in Middletown Springs.
The Indians and early settlers knew it. Eventually the “healing and therapeutic mineral water” was bottled and sold in 1868.
All I know is that there’s a lot of nice people here… and it works exceptionally well for painting watercolors.
Enjoy the new video below!
Size: 11X14 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Watermedia on panel
And the winner is…
Each month I give away a free print (winner’s choice) to one random Day in Vermont subscriber.
Congratulations to our December winner, Bernie Galster of Rome, NY. Bernie chose “Silver and Gold” and had this to say…
“We are thrilled to be the winner of a print. Our choice is “Silver & Gold” which we fell in love with when Peter first shared it in Dec. 2014. It reminds us of a large ancient crabapple tree in our yard in the Adirondacks. When we first met Peter and his art, we commissioned him to do a painting for our son who works in Rutland, VT. We love our Adirondacks and our visits to our son in Vermont. Both places give us a sense of tranquility, peace, & harmony (sounds like a good description of Peter’s art). We wish we could clone Peter for the Adirondacks.”
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