About the Artist

Pamela Webb’s artwork mirrors the watery world around her. Vividly colored tropical fish swim through her watercolor prints. Wondrous conch shells glimmer with a pearly luster as though they have just been plucked from the surf. A Lighthouse stands tall and sturdy. Gentle waves seem to flow from her paper canvases. 

I did everything I could to capture the beauty around me, and looking at these brings back so many happy memories.

Award Winning Artist

Pam E. Webb grew up in a house by the Indian River in Melbourne, Florida and has always had a love for the sea. She and her late husband, Don, built their own 40′ sail boat and sailed away to cruise the Caribbean. During their more than twenty five years of cruising in the Caribbean, Bahamas, and the Florida Keys, Pam discovered her natural talent for watercolor painting. She is primarily a self-taught artist and has gained her expertise during her years sailing the Bahama waters with their beautiful turquoise sea, aquatic life, and tropical foliage. Such an inspiration made learning a natural and thrilling experience for Pam. She has always felt it a challenge to capture the transparency and magnificent colors of the crystal clear waters of the Bahamas and the Florida Keys. The cruising lifestyle is reflected in Pam’s watercolor paintings.  In recent years she continued her boating lifestyle with her fiancée, David.

Pam’s education included art classes at Brevard Community College and Brevard Art Center and Museum, both in Melbourne, Florida. She studied under the following well-known artists, Miles Batt, Loretta Schnitzius, Marilyn Benson, Jean Eck, Marlis Newman, and Mona Jordan. She specializes in watercolor portraits of cruising yachts, private homes, sailing boats, island scenes, lighthouses, and underwater scenes desired by her clients.

Pam received the Distinguished Alumna Award form Brevard Community College in 1990 for her watercolors of the Bahama Islands. Her painting “Manatees and Dolphins” was purchased by Brevard Community College to hang in the boardroom. Her paintings have been exhibited at the Brevard Art Center and Museum in Melbourne, Florida. Also her work has been shown at the Sail Fish Marina Art Shows in Singer Island, Florida and at the Watercolors of Olde Brevard Art Show exhibit at Florida Institute of Technology, the King Center, and The Kennedy Space Center.

Reproductions of Pam’s original paintings are available as prints and are sold in gift shops everywhere. Some of her original Paintings can be purchased at the following location: Strawbridge Art Gallery in Melbourne. Ninety percent of all original paintings that Pam creates are commissioned by private individuals. You may contact her at the address shown below if you are interested in commissioning an original painting. 

In addition to her success in watercolor painting, Pam E. Webb is the illustrator of the biography CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. This book was written by Elaine Murray Stone, published by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. for the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America. The book won First Prize from the National League of American Penwomen and First Prize from the Daughters of the American Revolution. Pam also designed a beautiful regatta scene T-shirt for the MARGARITAVILLE store in Key West and the one in New Orleans.

Pam donated her popular painting, “Dolphin Encounter” to the Dolphin Alliance Art Show in Melbourne, Florida to raise money to save the dolphins in the Indian River Lagoon. She is a member of the Brevard Watercolor Society and the Colonial Dames of America.

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Recent Awards
Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention Florida Penwomen State Conference 2017 for watercolor Batik painting "Marsh Landing".

Merit Award

Vision 2017 Art Show for watercolor Batik painting "Tangerine Cottage".

3rd Place

Indian River Birding Festival 2018 for watercolor painting "Osprey Landing".

Second Place

2021 Pelican Island Wildlife Art Show in Vero Beach for watercolor painting "Jungle Sea Grapes".

3rd Place

Indian River Birding Festival 2024 for watercolor painting "Florida Scrub Jay".


Married to Don Webb

Pam marries Don Webb in Melbourne, Florida.


Pam Sets Sail

Pam and Don Webb build their own boat “Oasis” and set sail for the Bahamas, and to explore the broader Caribbean.


Distinguished Alumna Award

Pam received the Distinguished Alumna Award form Brevard Community College in 1990 for her watercolors of the Bahama Islands.


Letters from Calvin

Pam illustrates the book Letters from Calvin, a true story “dictated by a dog” of adventures on a Bahamian island, by Joe Kern. 


Featured by National League of American Pen Women

Pam’s painting “Dancing Girl in Africa” is featured by the National League of American Pen Women in October 2020.

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