Retrospective: 42 years of water paintings
by Pam Coulter Blehert

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Alexandria Wharf

Alexandria Wharf (1996), captures a little piece of the Potomac, which winds through DC and Alexandria on its way to the Chesapeake Bay. The water is not a major player in this picture, I'll admit. Rather, the boat and the Charter House Restaurant vie for attention. This painting is called a "Diptych" since it is composed of two panels, and it could well be framed and hung separately.