A Day in Vermont
April 29, 2019

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Spring Confluence

Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now $800. Next auction Monday, May 6. 

Con·flu·ence: The junction of two rivers, especially rivers of approximately equal width.

When it comes to choosing a subject, my decisions are simple. I paint things that grab my initial attention.

But that’s just the first impression.

The real discoveries are made after the initial introduction.

Like meeting a new friend.

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

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19 Responses to “Spring Confluence”

  1. John Nunnikhoven

    A comfortable rock to sit on, a good book to absorb, and the music of the stream. What a combination.

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  2. Louise

    I like how spring is not only reflected in the flow of the water, but the landscape as well. the contrast between the evergreens and the emerging tree buds and plant life.

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  3. Patricia D.

    Peter – I very much like the harmonious use of the two blues for the water. It shows a very natural “confluence” and rhythm of how water color can vary as it travels.

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  4. brian blaine

    Suddenly winter is gone, leaving us to stand in awe as new leaves bud, and rushing waters sing the melodies of spring!

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  5. robert speiser

    yes I like the contrasts also how sky and stream water complement. soft colors of spring emerging from painting. well done, Peter!

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  6. Doris Michel

    Nice impression, fresh colors and vivid contrasts. Finally winter and snow are gone. Springtime is coming.

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