A Day in Vermont
August 31, 2020

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North Bennington Station

An old train station certainly sparks the imagination.

How many stories of love, life, and adventure could this building tell?

A friend recently suggested I visit North Bennington, and I’m glad he did. Thank you Len!

“There’s something about the sound of a train that’s very romantic and nostalgic and hopeful.” Paul Simon

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

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And the Winners Are…

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

It one way I can say thanks for your continued support.

Our first winner for August is Mary Hendricks of Houston, TX. Mary chose “Fall on Center” and had this to say…

“I had a wonderful upbringing in Vermont and although I left many years ago, I have never stopped longing for the mountains and the many things and places I experienced growing up there. These are the qualities that Peter captures in his paintings, and why I am so drawn to his work. It’s soothing to my soul to be reminded of my roots.  I chose “Fall On Center” as my winning print.  It is a colorful, lively painting of Center Street in downtown Rutland….my hometown. Thank you, Peter!”

Our second winner is Kathryn Larsen of Murrells Inlet, S.C. Kathryn chose “Lake St. Catherine” and had this to say…
“I love Vermont for so many reasons…skiing, hiking, boating, golf and leaf peeping!! But most of all, I love Vermont because of all the wonderful times at my friend Robin’s house  on Lake St. Catherine! She introduced me to you and your studio. I love your art and your appreciation of the Vermont mystique. Thank you very much.”

9 Responses to “North Bennington Station”

  1. Donn W. Anderson

    I enjoy all your amazing paintings, but as a life long train fan, I absolutely LOVE the ones featuring railroad themes! Thank you for this beautiful painting. I has already made by day way out here in Oregon, and it’s only 9:30 in the morning!

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  2. Beth Ann Rossi

    Such an elegant lady prepared to bid farewell to expectant travelers or welcome them home. She does have to stories tell. We need only to let our imaginations listen. Thank you for another visual treat.

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  3. Bueth Ruberg

    Another beautiful painting to admire. Much thanks for sharing your work, Peter.

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