Pamala Crabb has always lived near the sea and considers herself an eco-artist. Her most recent body of work is motivated by her excitement of the recent discovery that researchers have found coral beds in the Gulf of Maine that have been hidden on the ocean floor for many years. This discovery has inspired ocean researchers to reach out to the community for help in protecting these finds. Crabb has taken this as a call to inform the general public through her art. These beds are very fragile and are in need of careful protection. Crabb has had a focus on our oceans for several years with regard to pollution, raising sea levels, marine inhabitants and now right in her backyard on the coral beds. Crabb's ongoing travel exhibit the “Gulf of Maine Project" is now in its third season.