Title: Brackley Sunset, P.E.I Artist: Earla Buell Image Size: 7 1/2 x 9” Description: Color glossy photographic print. Double matted. Signed with initials and titled in ink by the artist on the matte.
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Located just 15 minutes from Charlottetown, Brackley Beach was named after a clerk of the P.E.I. Legislative Council who served the province from 1772 to 1776 before drowning in what is now Brackley Bay. A popular destination for many visitors, Brackley Beach offers miles of sandy beaches and sand dunes. Brackley Beach is part of the P.E.I. National park, which extends into Rustico Harbour and forms Rustico Island. Source: https://www.tourismpei.com/green-gables-shore/brackley-beach
Earla Charlene Buell (1948-2016) was a leather-worker, photographer, designer, painter, and professional picture framer. For a time, she operated a picture-framing shop in Charlottetown called Picture It Yours. Earla often signed her artwork using only her initials, ECB. She traveled widely, including trips to all parts of Canada, Europe and the Caribbean. Earla died in Charlottetown.