A Day in Vermont
July 1, 2019

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Newport Waterfront

Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now $800. Next Auction Monday, July 8.

A recent adventure to northern Vermont introduced me to the beautiful city of Newport.

It was love at first sight.

Interesting that when it comes to Vermont and this artist, that seems to happen a lot.

The Newport Waterfront looks north across sparkling waters of Lake Memphremagog and on up into Canada.

Have a Safe and Happy Fourth!

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

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And the Winners are…

As you may know, each month I draw two random A Day in Vermont subscribers to win a free print of their choice.

It’s one small, and fun, way I can say thank you for your continued support.

Our first winner for June is Billy Rosbottom, of Atlanta, GA. Billy chose “Valley View” and had this to say…

“I love VT: The people. The peace. The color. The authenticity. Your representation of VT cities, villages, farms, foliage, schools, stores, lakes and streams brings comfort to those of us who’re so far away. It’s an experience that’s hard to describe, but most definitely transformative. ADIV captures life, and those who are lucky enough, relish your portrayal. Thanks Peter!”

Our second winner is Margaret van den Bergh of Saxtons River, VT. Margaret chose “Jetty Master” and had this to say…

“I view your work as the careful chronicling of this wonderful State of Vermont, Robert Frost of painting. You do certainly capture its spirit, its nature, and its people. Thank you so much. I will treasure the print.”

18 Responses to “Newport Waterfront”

  1. Constancia Bonak

    As usual, your colors alone bring in life and activity. I look forward to each and every painting. Thank you, Peter !!

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  2. Beth Ann Rossi

    LOVE Newport. My husband and his father with S.V.Rossi Construction built major roads in this area 50 years ago. The scene you painted really captured the essence of this lovely town. thanks for the Monday morning smile and the memories it evoked.

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  3. Judy

    Absolutely BEAUTIFUL this water scene in Newport…so serene ,peaceful and tranquil in your awesome colorful painting!!! Thank you for sharing and filling our day with the gifted touch of your Art…PETER!!

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  4. Rosemary Coronna

    My dear Mom was born and raised in Newport. Your painting reminds me of why she loved it so much.
    Thank you for a very nice Monday surprise.

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  5. Margie & Randy Cresci

    Beautifil Painting! Brings back Happy Family Memories. We just had to purchase it. Thanks Peter!

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  6. cynthia adams

    You captured the patriotic colors for Independence Day!! Happy 4th!!!

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  7. cynthia adams

    You captured the Patriotic colors for Independence ! Thank you for all of your art and creativity.

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  8. Sandra Welch

    Gorgeous as usual. Puts you right there. Thank you!

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  9. Alan Perkins

    Loved your Newport scene. I lived in Newport in the late 1940’s when ai was in 4th grade. I think I know where the scene you painted was and I used to play with the train engineers as they came through on their ay to the Maine coast tru Newport. Thy wouldn’t let us swim in the lake as it was th sewage solution for the ciry back then. I did enjoy seeing what ai had missed, so Thanks!

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