A Day in Vermont
April 1, 2019

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Spring Twilight

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

This painting was inspired by an evening drive through East Poultney last week.

I’ve been thinking about the beauty of transitions lately.

Winter into Spring, March into April, Day into Night.

It seems to me that’s where much of the magic happens.

Please Note: Unless a buy now occurs, this auction is scheduled to run for two weeks.

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

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22 Responses to “Spring Twilight”

  1. Peter Morash

    Beautiful painting. You definitely captured a lovely sunset!

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  2. brian blaine

    Winter holds on a bit longer in the hilly areas of Vermont. Late spring snow may still cover the ground, yet early evenings ring to the chorus of spring peepers newly aroused from hibernation, and the much softer nasal “peent” of a nighthawk cruising through a darkening sky. Your painting captures the time of day and season of the year so well.

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  3. Dannie Genovese

    I feel the peace and serenity of that special moment when I look at this painting.

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  4. Deanie

    The painting is just stunning and it reflects your commentary about transitions perfectly…

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  5. Bob Smith

    It’s a very beautiful look. You did a fantastic job of capturing the mood.

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  6. Chris Thrane

    Like each Monday Peter has captured the Beauty of our state. Such a wonderful scene!

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  7. Constancia Bonak

    You have made a dreary time of dirty snow and dirtier cars into something beautiful and hopefull – thank you, Peter !!

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  8. Constancia Bonak

    You have made a dreary time of dirty snow and dirtier cars into something beautiful and hopefull – thank you, Peter !! This is my only comment today and the first I have seen of this painting….love it ……

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  9. Beth Ruberg

    Watching for the light is so welcome at this time of year. You caught it so well!

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  10. Theresa McGinnis

    A friend of mine that grew up in Poultney recently posted (just last week) a photograph of this church steeple on her FB page. So cool to see it in your painting. Beautiful!

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  11. Barb (Kim English class)

    Lovely Peter! I see some “Kim” lights in there. Very exciting!

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  12. Lenor Filler

    My husband was Red Green color blind .. He would have loved this painting,, he could see blue and yellow .. ..

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  13. Peter Huntoon

    Thank you all for the great support! I really enjoy reading your comments and personal memories each week.

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  14. Charlotte

    Now I’ve got to take a drive over there to see this church! Beautiful. Thank you.

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