Most of us can recognize Nature’s beauty at a glance.
Painting in Sissy’s (Kitchen) garden I was reminded just how infinite that beauty is. The longer we look, the more that we see.
John Lubbock said; “What we see depends mainly on what we look for.”
So what to look for? Today’s world offers so many choices.
When it comes to art and nature, I choose beauty.
Thank you for sharing that with me here each week.
Congratulations to our print winners for September, announced below, and enjoy the new Video!
Size: 12X16 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Watermedia on panel
And the Winners are…
As you may know, as of this month I am now drawing TWO winners each month to win a free print of their choice.
I use Random.org to generate a random number and match that up to my Day in Vermont subscriber list. Every subscriber has an equal chance of winning, every month.
Print winner or not, I hope you continue to enjoy “A Day in Vermont” and everything I share here. Thank you very much for your amazing support!
Our first winner is Laura Polan of Westfield, Mass. Laura chose “November Reflections” and had this to say…
“Vermont is a very special place to me. Although I’m originally from Pennsylvania and now live in Massachusetts, I have spent a lot of time there throughout my life. My parents owned a condo in Killington until a few years ago at which our family spent many vacations and holidays. I have so many happy memories of Vermont and it holds a special place in my heart. I’ve always loved the beauty and peacefulness of the green mountains, and I hope to spend a lot more time there in the future- ideally on a lake such as the one in this painting. Thanks so much Peter, I love your work! I read your emails every week and have always hoped I would win someday!”
Our second winner is Joy Barrett of Rutland, VT. Joy chose “Harbor View” and had this to say…
“Vermont is a beautiful place to live. We love spending summers boating on Lake Bomoseen and stopping by the general store for ice cream on the way home. Your print captures our experience beautifully. Our boat is docked just beyond the area you captured.”
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