Frost poems that inspired the work include “Blueberries,” “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” “The Road Not Taken,” and “Fire and Ice.”
The artists also compiled a book that travels with the art, which includes their thoughts about what inspired them to paint.
Once the exhibit leaves the Frost Farm, it will continue on its state library tour.
The exhibit has “other roads to travel,” Dodge said, with the hopes of inspiring more people to revisit Frost and his words.
The Robert Frost Farm is now open for the season. Call the farm for information and schedule at 432-3091.