Just finished this piece after a visit to the Rochester area of Vermont. I wanted to capture the extraordinary contrast between the changing leaves and turbulent skies. The winters can be brutal there, but their falls are spectacular.
From right now (11/2) until Sunday evening at midnight Fine Art America is offering FREE SHIPPING to any U.S. destination! Please click here to order prints:
Including this new painting, "Saw Mill Hill Road, Vermont Autumn" (12"X12") which is also available for sale.
It’s a wonderful time to get out into nature and hike. I shot the above image of my dog Moxie on a glorious fall day, and plan to start a painting tomorrow fueled by the beauty of Vermont.
Speaking of hiking, I recommend a new, well researched book on hiking by Jenny Hobby. It's a 5,000 word 'Ultimate Beginners Guide to Hiking' book that would be helpful for anyone looking to get started.
Feel free to check it out here: https://hobbyhelp.com/hiking/
Thanks for your interest!
Visit dailypaintworks.com to place a bid for this original art at a very affordable price.
I was in the Rochester, Vermont area in the fall of 2016, staying at my brother's house. We trekked cross country from Danville, CA and needed a respite. A respite it was, as I was able to paint outside in the peace and quiet, staring at this gorgeous view in the warmth of August and September. This oil is on archival linen board. It is 5 X 7", signed and varnished with care.