Located on Shore Road this small but attractively formed Ogunquit Museum is the only one in the state of Maine devoted exclusively to the exhibition and collection of American Art. Set in its beautiful garden surroundings on the waters edge looking out to Perkin's Cove, the museum has a variety of art and styles to enjoy from the Wow's to the Why's with its permanent collection including paintings, sculptures, photography, and graphics. It houses one of the largest collections of ceramic sculpture by Carl Walters, watercolours by Eliot O’Hara, oils by Henry Strater; and drawings and sculpture by Isabella Howland. The reasonably high entrance fee upon arrival becomes one of slightly better value upon departure, but said departure was just too premature and a very good rating was reduced to average.
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