Take a chance on our latest raffle to help defray the operating costs of the museum.
This matted print is by local marine artist Earle Barlow, who was born in East Boothbay in 1923. Earle was well known for his marine paintings. His artwork has been shown at museums in the United States and Germany and they are in many private collections. Earle died in 2013 after more than 50 years of creating memorable art.
The principal building in the print, the Bishop grain mill, later became Anderson & Gaw, and today is the Chowder House. The cover of the book, Sketches II, shows the same view. The book is edited by our own local historian Barbara Rumsey.
Tickets are $1 each or six tickets for $5. They are available at the museum until the winner is drawn at our holiday open house on December 5th. Tickets may be ordered by sending full name, address, and appropriate payment, along with a self-addressed return envelope.
All proceeds go directly toward supporting our mission.