Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Vermont Artist: Peter Huntoon

The mighty Black River cascades into downtown Springfield.

"Comtu Falls"
12X16 Oil on Panel
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Aptly named by local Indians, Comtu means “Great Noise”.

The river provided a great source of power to 20th century industry.

Last week it provided this artist with a great subject.

I’m often asked what my favorite thing to paint is.

A. Authenticity

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