Pam E. Webb grew up on the shores of the Indian River in Melbourne, Florida. Since her childhood has had a love for the sea. She and her late husband, Don, built their own 40' sail boat and sailed off on a 28 year adventure. During her years cruising the Caribbean, Bahamas, and the Florida Keys, Pam discovered a natural talent for painting. Breath-taking turquoise waters, teaming with fascinating aquatic life and islands rich in history and covered with lush tropical foliage served as a natural inspiration for Pam to develop an artistic career. This cruising lifestyle is still revealed in her work. She is constantly challenged to capture the perfect transparency and magnificent colors of those underwater scenes. Pam has continued to expand her work to include other mediums including paintings on silk and acrylic paintings. In recent years she has returned to cruising, this time with her fiancee, David, aboard their trawler.
Pam's formal watercolor training included classes at Brevard Community College and Brevard Art Center and Museum in Melbourne, Florida. She also studied under many well-known artists including Miles Batt, Jean Eck, Marlis Newman, Vicki Damon and Mona Jordan. She received the Distinguished Alumna Award from Brevard Community College in 1990 for her watercolors of the Bahama Islands. Her work has also been shown at the Sail Fish Marina Art Shows in Singer Island, Florida, the Barrier Island Center, the Watercolors of Olde Brevard exhibit at Florida Insitute of Technology, the King Center, the Kennedy Space Center and at the Art Gallery of Viera.
Pam also designed a beautiful regatta T-Shirt for the MARGARITAVILLE stores in Key West and New Orleans. Pam donated her popular painting "Dolphin Encounter" to Dolphin Alliance Art Show to raise money to save the dolphins in the Indian River Lagoon. She is a member of the Brevard Watercolor Society, the Colonial Dames of America, the Strawbridge Art League and the Brevard Cultural Alliance. Pam specializes in watercolor portraits of cruising yachts, private homes, sailing boats, island scenes, lighthouses and underwater scenes. Reproductions of of those original paintings are available in many sizes and are sold in galleries and gift shops all across Florida and the Islands. Some of her original paintings and some limited edition Giclee prints can also be purchased at various art galleries and directly from the artist.