Contact Information:

Emily Bracale
Studio - By Appointment Only
38 Glen Mary Road
Bar Harbor Maine 04609
(207) 288-4724



Emily Bracale is a life long self taught artist, whose childhood mentors were family members. After traveling and painting around the world and becoming a certified elementary school teacher through the College of the Atlantic, she settled on the coast of Maine.  Bracale has enjoyed a twenty year career of showing and selling her artwork, teaching art classes and creativity workshops to children and adults, and completing numberous commisioned pieces, including landscape illustrations for design firms, estate portraits, wine labels, and magazine and website illustrations.  She most enjoys doing outdoor scenes of coastal Maine, and documenting scenes of daily life. Her style is wide ranging: from cartoon-like and impressionistic to highly articulated and realistic.  She uses watercolors, oil pastels, pen and pencil, colored pencils, and cut paper.   Her most recent solo shows were "Drama Girl," Cartoons about Parenting, (spring 2006), and "Art of Daily Life" 250 images from around the world, (spring 2005).

Galleries and Exhibits

Bar Harbor artist, writer, and teacher Emily Bracale will be holding a book signing for her new work In the Lyme-Light, Portraits of Illness and Healing on Saturday, February 26 from 10:00 am -12:00 noon at the Southwest Harbor Public Library. The exhibit by the same name is on display at the library for the month of February. The book and the exhibit describe the effects and issues of Lyme disease and are intended to raise public awareness. You can also see the art and buy the book online at In the Lyme-Light Portraits of Illness and Healing Copyright 2011 by Emily Bracale ISBN: 978-1-936447-99-2 $17.95 Individual books can be bought through: Stores can order books through: orders@maineauthorspublishing Maine Authors Publishing, 558 Main Street, Rockland, ME 04841 tel 207-594-0091/fax 207-266-2015

Bar Harbor, 38 Glen Mary Road(207)-288-4724, online gallery at

Work in the Davistown Museum Permanent Collection

View Along Ocean Drive
24 1/2"h X 21 1/2"w

Farrand Garden in Spring, Mount Desert Island
12 1/4"h X 15 1/4"w

Work in the Davistown Museum MAG Gallery for Sale

Duck Brook in Autumn III
Watercolor and pencil
7.5" x 5.25", framed 12.5" x 10.5"

Duck Brook in Autumn II
Watercolor and pencil
8.75" x 5.5", framed 15" x 12"

Black Leaves
Wood block print
6.5" x 12.5", framed 9" x 16"

Beach at Indian Point
8.5" x 6", framed 16" x 13"

Cranberry Island in Winter
Wood Block print
6 1/4"h X 8 1/4"w {framed}

Leaf Print
Wood Block Print
16 3/4"h X 10 3/4"w

Dulcimer Festival, Bar Harbor
Pen and watercolor
6.75" x 4.5", framed 11" x 9"

Work in other Galleries or Collections

Great Meadow, Dorr and Cadillac Mountain in Autumn
Watercolor and oil pastel
15.25" x 15.25", framed 16" x 16"

Coastal Symphony #2
29" x 20", framed 36" x 30"  

Birch Path
watercolor, oil pastel, charcoal pencil, cut paper
14" x 22", framed 19.5" x 27.5"

Compass Harbor
13" x 9.5", framed 20" x 16"

Manset beach looking North
14" x 9", framed 20" x 15"

The artwork on this site is protected under United States and International copyright laws. 
The visitor agrees not to reproduce, publish or distribute any of the displayed material without permission from the artist.

Participating artists donate 30% of MAG on-site sales proceeds to benefit the Davistown Museum. When we sell work that is exhibited on the MAG website but held elsewhere, we solicit a 10% donation. If the artist or another gallery sells the artwork, no commission is solicited or requested. We hope the MAG website exposure will help sell more artwork from the artists' own studios or in galleries which show their work.