Auction Closed. Sold via Buy Now $800. Next Auction Monday, July 6.
How does an artist decide what to paint?
As I continue on my art journey, the question becomes what not to paint.
The more I look, learn, and grow, the more beauty I see in everything. It’s all so darn good.
Then there are the practical considerations, like where to park and set up.
Here, the Wells Village Library provided permission and a perfect vantage point.
Size: 12X16 (auctioned unframed)
Medium: Oil on panel
And the Winners are…
Each month I draw two random 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.
Our first winner for June is Martha Russell of Winston-Salem, NC. Martha chose “Sherman’s Store” and had this to say…
“I’m selecting your print of Sherman’s Store in West Rupert. This print is very personal for me as my dear cousin and her family live in West Rupert and have spent a lot of time there as well. Lots of good memories of trips to Sherman’s Store. I think that was the first time I ever saw a 40 lb hoop of cheese just waiting to be cut. I agree with others who say there is a special feeling about Vermont – seems like when I enter the state I can feel myself relax. Some dear friends in Tinmouth suggested I sign up for emails from you. I”m so glad I did!! I grew up in a rural area of Washington County, NY only about 20 miles from the border so many of your paintings resonate me- reminders of things from home! I look forward to Monday mornings when your paintings come- gets my week started off on a positive note!! As you can see by my address I live in a much bigger area now but we have four seasons here and lots of rolling hills all around so that helps. When I do get home to visit I manage to have”A Day in Vermont” each time!!!”
Our second winner is Judy Cole of Middlebury, VT. Judy chose “Middlebury Falls” and had this to say…
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