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Limited Edition Prints
From the Original Oil Paintings
of Reed A Prescott III
"Twin Maple Farm"
Image size 22 x 27 1/2 $100
Limited Edition Print from one of my original oil paintings from
the Basin Harbor Club. Was part of the Reflections of Basin Harbor
Art Show in 1997 where the owners of the Club purchased it. The
original now hangs behind their reservation counter. This large
print is hand signed and numbered with an edition size
of 975 prints. When you think about how important it is
for couples to spend time together this image reminds us of that
and makes this the perfect wedding gift
Image size-18 x 27 $100
This painting is the most recognized view from the
Basin Harbor Club. painted in 1999 as a commision,
this is the view from the back deck of the main lodge. The
relaxation is captured in the four empty chairs begining
the viewer to have a seat. The guests at the resort are very
familiar with this view of the harbor as there is
seldom a time that these chairs are empty.
Image size 8 x 10 $50
This painting os the Wilderneath Cottage at Basin Harbor
is a location of some of the most impressive flower beds
on the planet.
Image size 9 1/2 x 23 $90
One of two originals that is owned by the woman who was
the inspiration for the Gidget movies from the early 60's.
This image was used for the cover of the Vermont Law School's
Summer guide in 1999. What caught my eye was the diversity
of this spot. Farmers field with modern house in background, lake
and mountains, Vermont and New York. Edition size
525 hand signed and numbered prints. Image size 9 x 24 inches.
Image size 20 x 20 $90
This is what I see when I look out my living room window in June.
The house currently owned by Jeremy Perfect whose sister gave me
private art lessons when I was a senior in High School. It was
painted from real life during the drought of 1995. I would
start each day painting the grass then would work up into the
painting. Each day I would start by looking at the grass and
adjusting tthe colors before moving up into other parts of the painting.
After a week of adjusting the grass I thought about it. The
painting wasn't off it was the drought turning the grass brown.
Large print with an image size of 20 x 20 inches with an
edition size of 525 hand signed and numbered prints.
The Road Home
Image size 14 x 18 $75
This image shows the town I live in; Lincoln,Vermont.
The Lincoln General Store foreground left, is owned by
my niece and our house is the second one past the store
on the left. The original was painted in Late September of
1995. It was a very fun painting to do because at the time
Prisilla Prestly and a film crew was filming a commercial for
"Indian Summer" perfume in town. They were camped right
across the river from this spot. When the news hit the
papers there was no end to the traffic in this usually
small Vermont hamlet.
"Farm House View"
Image size 15 1/2 x 19 1/2 $90
This is the house my wife grew up in. When I started this
painting, back in 1995, I told my mother-in-law I was doing a
painting of her house. "Who is going to buy a painting of my
house?" was her response. I had only spent a couple of hours
on it and had it in my studio when we opened the gallery.
A customer came and asked "How much is this one, when
it is finished?" I told him and he said "Consider it sold" Then
I had to call my mother-in-law and tell her I sold the painting
of her house- for more than they originally paid for
the house, barn, and 200 acres of land- back in 1945.
"Christmas in the Center"
Image size 14 x 22 1/2 $90
I painted this scene in 2000 to commemorate the large
blue spruce which was cut down shortly after this painting
was completed. Due to the dry conditions of the soil the tree
contracted a disease which defoliated its branches. The tree
was planted in the 1950's and survived a fire that razed the
church that originally stood in this spot. The town had a
"spare church" due to the population decline of the town
after the mills started to close in the early 1900's. They put the
church in this painting on the back of a truck and drove it to
this spot where it sits today. In the left foreground of this painting
you see the town triangle- just in front of the lighted display-
where I painted the painting "The Road Home" from in 1995. This
was painted from the step of the Lincoln General Store that you
see in that painting. If you are familiar with the work of writer
Chris Bojhalian, author of "Midwives" a 1998 Oprah pick,
the yellow house is his and his wife, famous photographer, Victoria Blewer.
In a number of Chris's books he will refer to
a charactor living in the Yellow house next to the church.
BRAND NEW- Fine Art reproductions on Canvas
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Developed from the Iris Proof method for color matching in
the printing industry, your reproduction has been refined
with light and color fast pigmented inks rated to last
over 100 years. They can be easily printed on canvas or paper.
15"x24" Fine Art reproduction on canvas edition of 100 prints
$500 framed $450 unframed
"Colors of Lake Champlain at Basin Harbor"
Fine Art Reproduction on canvas
Image size 10 x 16 edition size 50 $325 unframed
This image represents the United States in the CFM corporate calendar
where the combination of General Electric's and Semca Frane's jet airplane
devisions select one artist from each country for theirm calendar
"The Road Less Traveled"
Giclee reproduction on canvas
12 x 16 Edition 50 $400 unframed
20x24 Edition of 50 $550 unframed
painted in East Brewster, Ma. on Cape Cod this
coastal marsh is one of my favorite spots on the cape.
Nature walks with Ron Rood, journal sketching, several
illustrations for the book "Beachcombers All" done at this marsh.
20 x 24 Edition size 50 $550 unframed
In this painting the capture of a warm August day
will warm you up year round. The invatation of a place to rest
with the two chairs in the foreground visually relaxes the viewer.
20 x 24 Edition of 50 $550 unframed
Open Edition Prints
From the artwork
of Reed A Prescott III
This image of a one room school house in Lincoln Vermont,
was used as a Calendar and Magazine cover for
the University of Vermont. One of seven old school houses
in Lincoln Vermont.
A Balanced Place
Painted in 1994 for the National Watchable Wildlife Conference
poster. There is text on the poster, but is easily matted over for
framing- if you choose to. One of my most popular wildlife images.
This scene includes habitat and numerous plant, animal, and
bird species found in the Northeastern United States.
Image size around 5 x 7
matted with antique white matt board and shrink wrapped. Each image
is hand signed and matted to fit into an 8 x 10 frame.Click Here to
choose your image- remember the title or name of the image,
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"To Order' section of this website.
Duck Stamp Prints
"Bluebills at Button Bay"
Image size 6 x 9-
Print with a mint and artist signed stamp $135
This was my second winning Vermont Duck Stamp entry.
The Lesser Scaup you see here are flying over Button Bay.
A Lake Champlain bay known for its unique currents and rock
comosition that create these small rocks that closely resemble
little buttons. The island in fornt of the hen's wing is the spot
where I saw my first mature bald eagles. The New york side of
the lake is in the background- looking toward West Port.
1994 Vermont Duck Stamp Print
"Dead Creek Fly By"
Image size 4 x 7-
Print with mint and artist signed stamps $110