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Sue Wrbican’s contributions to the show consist mostly of near-abstract prints whose shapes suggest water, sails and other nautical elements.In the galleries: Intellectually engaging, visually striking and open to interpretation|Mark Jenkins|October 8, 2021|Washington Post
The historic downtown classic has views of Cook Inlet and the Chugach Range, and an art collection that tells the story of its nautical-explorer namesake.
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By 12 degrees, nautical dawn, early-morning traffic starts to slow on the Bay Bridge, which I cross en route to Pacifica or San Francisco’s Ocean Beach.
Leave it to one of America's oldest artist colonies to put a uniquely creative spin on this nautical holiday tradition.
Dana Kennedy on the nautical newcomers and diminishing glamour of St. Tropez and Monte Carlo.
No thanks; you have just stretched the concept a few nautical miles too far.
The object and the means were the revival of the nautical labourer of twenty years before.
He seems to have forgotten his nautical labourer patented twenty years before; but yet reproduced something very similar.
One day her mother heard her singing a popular nautical ballad, on the devotion of a sailor's bride to her betrothed.Skipper Worse|Alexander Lange Kielland
The great steamer went ahead at the rate of five nautical miles an hour, and the cable passed smoothly overboard.
Ten minutes' hard work, in which we assisted, produced something a trifle more nautical and seaworthy than the first craft.Penelope's Experiences in Scotland|Kate Douglas Wiggin