A Day in Vermont
March 9, 2020

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Proctorsville Vermont

Just south of Ludlow Rt 103 connects to Rt 131 and takes us right into Proctorsville, Vermont.

Art has a magical ability to connect us.

I don’t fully understand it, but I can feel it.

And that’s enough.

Thank you for connecting with me on “A Day in Vermont”. Today marks seven years together.

Happy Anniversary!

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

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50 Responses to “Proctorsville Vermont”

  1. Ginny Gardner

    I miss Vermont so very much and your beautiful painting each Monday restore my soul!

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  2. Karen Moorman

    This is one of my favorites. Thank you for your Monday posts.

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  3. Connie Ostrander

    Love to get a picture of your paintings. Have never been to Vermont–maybe someday.

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  4. Thomas Hafner

    Peter, Happy Anniversary and keep up the GREAT work! Look forward to enjoying your work every Monday morning. Tom

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  5. Chris

    Happy Anniversary Peter! I wanted to say “lucky seven” but what you’ve grown and nurtured for 7 years has little to do with luck. Proctorsville Vermont confirms my thoughts. Thanks for the beautiful ride Peter!

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  6. Lenor Filler

    Love your street scenes ,, always want to go down that road ..

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  7. Richard Columbia

    Peter, Your Proctorsville painting truly has a magical connection to our family. The 50 some odd years we’re been coming to Vermont for summer vacations we would pass through Proctorsville on our way to the Ludlow Lakes. The town was always a measuring point to our kids that we’re almost there The “Yosemite” Fire Department sign on the fire house tower always brought a inside family joke of ” We Yosemite or we Yosemite not be almost there yet” As my kids grew older, the joke became a ” oh dad, not again” grumble, but it always was a happy marker that our vacation at the lakes was about to start. Thank you for the many, many memories your paintings always brings to our minds!
    Rich

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  8. Holly Loggins

    One of my favorite places in our beautiful United States of America!
    Enjoy your Monday posts, and Happy 7th Anniversary!

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  9. John dykty

    Proctorsville is always on our list while in Vermont. A great place to park the car even for a short while and walk and say hello to Vermonters and feel wonderful again. Thanks Peter. Congrats on 7 years.

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  10. cynthia adams

    SO many different roof tops/spires/ angles on one street…. lot of history. Thank you for another great Monday.

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  11. Beth Ann Weymer Rossi

    Happiest of all Happy Anniversaries. Thank you so much for the Monday morning pick-me-up, great way to start the week. Traveled through Proctorsville many, many times and love the feeling of it being an all-American looking town, right down to the unfurled flag kissing the breeze and throwing it to the mountain beyond.

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  12. Beth Ruberg

    A great street scene…it captures some of the visual pleasures of driving thru Vt. Thanks, Peter!

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  13. Deanie

    Is it still winter in your magical place? Or is spring sneaking in?

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Oh yes, Spring is sneaking in Deanie. But maybe one or two more snow scenes yet. 🙂

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  14. Darlene Wilson

    I grew up on Maine street in Proctorsville Vermont. We lived in the red brick house closed to the church right across from the school. Thank You for this painting it made my heart full of memories and laughter. Thanks .

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  15. Brenda Hackett

    Peter, Happy Anniversary! I live a stones throw from this area and I love it! You have captured this town beautifully. Thank you for visiting our little town.

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  16. Barby Carr

    Another beautiful painting, Peter! Thanks so much for supplying us all with so many lovely works of art, for, can you believe it, 7 years?…Wow, congratulations friend!

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    • Peter Huntoon

      Thanks Barby! Yes….hard to believe for sure. Time does fly.

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  17. DHYAN SKINNER

    I love getting my breath of fresh VT air everytime I get your email !!!

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  18. Eileen Trickey

    I would love note cards with this print! I live in the blue building in this painting

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  19. Brian Dugan

    It’s been a great seven years and I look forward to many more.

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  20. Pat Licurse

    Congratulations on 8 years! I feel like a kid again – back in Cambridge, VT.

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  21. Doris Michel

    Hi Peter, looking at your painting I feel a little bit sad. This year we had no snow in Duisburg. Not any single snowflake tumbled down. But it rains and rains. Your painting shows such a pittoresk winter scene. It seems to be in a land of fantasy. Perhaps your president, Mr. D.T. bought one of your winter paintings to fix his opinion that climate change is a fake news from crazy scientists. For me your paintings are a look in a German winter that doesn’t exist any more in our region. In my childhood we always had snow. Perhaps in the mountains at the Austrian border you can find snow like this. The others use machines for artificial snow. Greetings from rainy Duisburg.

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  22. Chris Sargent

    Lived on Depot St as a kid in VT 40 years ago. This painting brings back so many memories.

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