Rolling hillsides, deep red barns, black and white cows. Purple skies, red grass, pink silos. This is the slightly dreamlike but emotionally resonant vision of painter Woody Jackson.
Best known for his black and white Holsteins-seen on everything from Ben and Jerry’s ice cream containers to VPR mugs, Jackson has been capturing the essence of agricultural Vermont for 40 years. He joins us today to talk about his life and work, and to answer your questions.