Along The ICW (Intra-coastal Waterway)

Along the ICW painting
© Copyright 2001 – Present

Size: 12″ w x 9″ h
Support: Canvas panel
Description: A painting of a beached shrimp boat along the ICW (Intra-coastal Waterway). This painting is composed on a quality canvas panel; it will need a frame before display. Hand-painted and signed by fine artist Teresa Bernard.

See Artist Comments below for additional information regarding this painting.

painting of a beach shrimp boat along the ICW
Not to scale

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Artist Comments

During the summer of 1999, my husband and I sailed his 36-foot sailboat up the ICW (Intra-coastal Waterway) from Florida to Virginia. Robert was in the military and was being transferred from Naval Air Station Jacksonville to Naval Station Norfolk. We saw many interesting sites along the waterway that offered many opportunities to take reference photos for future paintings. This painting of a beached shrimp boat along the ICW is from a snapshot taken on this trip.

About The ICW

The ICW is a 3,000-mile system of inland rivers, channels, and canals that runs along the eastern and southeast coast of the United States. This ribbon of navigable waters is divided into the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. Parts of the waterway are man-made canals, while other sections are natural inlets, saltwater rivers, bays, and sounds.

The ICW runs along the east coast from Boston, MA going south along the Atlantic Seaboard and around the southern tip of Florida, then following the Gulf Coast to Brownsville, TX. The waterway’s purpose is to provide a safe and navigable water route that can be traveled by both lightweight commercial barges and personal pleasure crafts to avoid many of the hazards of travel on the open sea.

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“Very nice! Reminds me of Gilligan’s Island…….I’ve been shrimping several times on The ICW, shrimp don’t get any fresher than that.” — Ken Gunnells, THE ART GALLERY, MeWe

“My dad was a waterman out of Quinby, this would be right up his alley.” — BananaRepublic2021, Rural Life, Gab

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