With extensive high-latitude sailing experience, the artist was invited to join the hardy crew of the sloop Westri from Argentina to Antarctica in 1995. She was the first U.S.-flagged sailboat to venture as far south as the British Faraday Base and the pack ice in about ten years. Working in watercolors and oils, Peter C. Stone brought back vivid paintings and stories from the Seventh Continent. The first exhibition of this work was presented by the New Bedford Whaling Museum.
Reproductions of these striking images will soon be available as museum-quality giclée prints, each signed and numbered in a limited edition.
A suite of four smaller works has been published as offset lithographs. Each painting is reproduced on acid-free 65lb. Mohawk superfine, also signed and numbered by the artist in strictly limited editions.
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