Bright Colors and Big Views
Artist Woody Jackson paints and connects with the landscape
at his family’s home in Cornwall.
VERMONT MAGAZINE • NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2009
Story by Kathleen James, Editor
Photos by Carolyn Bates
It’s no surprise that Vermont artist Woody Jackson-wellknown for his iconic images of grazing Holsteins and Green Mountain landscapes-would live in a home filled with bright colors and pastoral views. Jackson and his wife of eight years, Ingrid Punderson, built the house together in 2001 on eleven acres she owns in Cornwall, a few miles south of Middlebury. Their home sits on a small rise in a big meadow, where they can watch the sun rise above the Green Mountains and set over the distant Adirondacks.
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For more information about Woody Jackson, visit his website woodyjacksonart.com