WaterForms
Retrospective: 42 years of water paintings
by Pam Coulter Blehert

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Dingy in Drydock

In the lower right of this painting is my foot. I didn't travel with an easel, but would stretch one piece of prepared canvas on the one pair of stretchers I brought with me in the morning and head out, settling on the beach with the canvas on the ground in front to paint. Dingy in Drydock (1966) captures the blues of the Mediterranean Sea, a blue which I was to rediscover many years later when I traveled to the Caribbean.