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

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Disappearing Island, Riverbend Morning

How does an artist tackle the same subject over and over again. The key is in seeing it each time newly. Disappearing Island, Riverbend Morning (2007) is undoubtedly the same "pile of rocks" (now with a shrub clinging to it) that I painted in "Rock Formation, Riverbend Park" in 2006. The atmosphere, the water, the time of year, the time of day, all change the object. It becomes a different subject.