Scenes from around Burlington Vermont in photographs and watercolor artwork by visual artist Edward M. Fielding – www.edwardfielding.com
All artwork show is available for purchase as prints, canvas, metal, framed and matted prints as well as on various products.
Burlington, Vermont is a very livable city. Small enough to walk to just about everywhere.
Rural Vermont is short drive outside of Burlington, Vermont.
Artwork and murals can be seen all over Burlington.
Shopping includes Church St and its integrated mall with LL Bean and Macy’s as anchors as well as plenty of parking garages and independent retailers and shops. There is a plethora of tea shops these days!
Nearby in Essex Junction the Champlain Fairgrounds hosts a variety of events in including the Champlain Valley fair with rides, vendors, music and even a sideshow.
Crunchy, hippy, artsy, a skateboard shop is right at home in Burlington, Vermont.
The waterfront is alive in the spring, summer and fall with the Echo nature center, bike trails and boat rides but freezes up in the winter.
Burlington is the largest city in the state of Vermont and the county seat of Chittenden County, Vermont, in the United States. It lies 45 miles (72 km) south of the Canada-United States (Quebec-Vermont) border and 94 miles (151 km) south of Montreal. Burlington is the least populous city in the United States to be the largest city within a state. The city population was 42,211 according to a 2014 US Census Estimate. The municipality is the heart of the Burlington metropolitan area.
A regional “college town”, Burlington is home to the state’s flagship land-grant public university, the University of Vermont, as well as two small private colleges, Burlington College and Champlain College. In early 2015, Burlington became the first city in the US to run completely on renewable energy. The state’s largest hospital, the University of Vermont Medical Center, is located within the city limits. Vermont’s largest airport, the Burlington International Airport, is situated in the adjacent suburb of South Burlington, although it is owned by the city of Burlington.
Describe Burlington: “The city is very arts-friendly—all kinds of art, from gallery art and public sculptures and murals to music and other performing arts. It is also home to a very eclectic mix of architectural styles. By “crunchy,” I mean it tends to be a very environmentally aware and politically liberal atmosphere, but also because we have a fair amount of hippies here. And finally “easy” because I find it a very easy city to explore or live in. It’s just big enough that you can find everything here that you need, and there’s plenty to do, but it’s also small enough that it’s easy to get around, whether on foot, or by bicycle, public transportation or car. It’s a very livable city and not at all intimidating to visitors.” – Runaway to Juno http://runawayjuno.com/