Popular question; “You’ve done a lot of paintings…do you have a favorite? Answer; “Yes, the one I’m working on now.”
How about favorite subjects? Vermont intersections seem to be among them. Each crossroad we come to offers us possibility, chance, and choice. The open-minded optimist in me likes that. Intersections also provide a colorful confluence of shapes to play with. The kid in me loves that part. There’s also an ineffable energy in an epicenter that rings true and attracts me. One of vitality, integrity, and community spirit.
Size: 12X16 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on panel
And the Winners are…
As you may know, each month I draw two random A Day in Vermont email subscribers to win a free print of their choice.
It’s one way I can say thanks for your continued support.
Congratulations to our March winners!
Our first winner is Patty McWilliams of Poultney, Vermont. Patty chose “Hermit Thrush” and had this to say…
“Simply put, Vermont is home, especially the west side of the state. It’s where my heart is and where my roots are firmly planted. Peter’s paintings capture the essence of the land, the natural world, and our small towns.”
Our second winner is Russ Braun of Mahopac, New York. Russ chose “Lake St. Catherine” and had this to say…
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