A Day in Vermont
May 27, 2019


Trinity Episcopal

Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now $800. Next auction Monday June 10.

The beautiful Trinity Episcopal Church in Rutland, Vermont.

The solid stonework, vibrant red doors and lucious spring blossoms all caught my eye and wouldn’t let go until I painted it.

So many subjects, so little time.

You know, I could live a thousand lifetimes and never run out of ideas, possibilities, and subjects that I want to paint.

Happy Memorial Day!

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

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Comes a Time

After 25 years and hundreds of private commission paintings, I’ve decided to take a break in order to focus on my own work.

There’s just so much on my own painting list that I want to do, and I have to make time for it somehow.

Through June and July, I plan to post A Day in Vermont on an Every Other Monday Schedule, to give me time to work on the remaining dozen custom projects on my list.

Thank you very much for your continued support and understanding!

And the Winners Are…

Every month I draw two random A Day in Vermont subscribers to win a free print of their choice.

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

Our first winner for May is Gail Brzeski of Lakewood, Washington. Gail chose “Paper Birch” and had this to say…

“I was thrilled to be able to select another beautiful print from Peter. As a native Vermonter who has been away for several years, his work always brings me back to my many happy years growing up in such a beautiful state. I love birch trees and while I mistakenly thought they were the state tree, they symbolize Vermont to me in a special way. Peter, you bring so much joy to so many people with your art and I can’t wait to see even more of Vermont through your eyes. Thanks for the print and the happy memories.”

Our second winner is Kristen Kincaid of Yardley, Pennsylvania. Kristen chose “Here Comes The Sun”, and had this to say…

“I have been going to Vermont for 30 years. My family home in Ludlow is truly my happy place. Fall, winter, summer, or spring — it does not matter. Vermont is my retreat from the everyday realities of my life. For me, Vermont is synonymous with beautiful landscapes and strong communities. I chose “Here Comes the Sun” as my print because not only am I a fan of the Beatles, but sunflowers in their fields of gold make me happy.”

10 Responses to “Trinity Episcopal”

  1. Beth Rossi

    The church is stunning and the red is powerful. Bravo! You are right, so many subjects, so impossible to do them all. But like the story of the starfish, you can’t save them all but the ones that you do have extra meaning. Happy Memorial Day artist Peter!

  2. Karen Moorman

    I love this painting. I am glad you are taking a break and working on your own passion and look forward to every other Monday

  3. Lenor Filler

    truly a beautiful sight !! you did so much detail on this one

  4. brian blaine

    This stately house of worship was the first building to arrest my attention when first passing through Rutland years ago. You’ve captured its quiet and spiritual beauty to perfection, as always!


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