Retrospective: 42 years of water paintings
by Pam Coulter Blehert

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Yellow Reflection

In 1995, I joined a one-week expedition put together by The American Artist magazine. We were bused up the Northeast coast of the US, stopping at various places in Massachusetts and Maine to paint. Yellow Reflection (1994) is a painting of two small boats tied to a floating dock next to the main dock at the Fisherman's wharf in Portland Maine. The tide is way out and the floating dock moves up and down with the tide. The yellow reflection in the water is of a silo that can't be seen in the picture. "Yellow Reflection" has the distinction of having been published in the February 1995 edition of the American Artist magazine.