Bogarts Wooden Jigsaw Puzzles

Iconic Maine

Since moving to Maine, I have been exploring the seacoast with my camera in hand,! along with my trusty Portuguese Waterdogs, Fenway and Camden. From Portland Light to the wind swept Schoodic Peninsula, we will be setting out to create stunning images that best captures the essence of Coastal Maine. A light house perched on a rocky cliff, secluded harbors dotted with fishing boats, and a roadside dinner that has been serving up the finest lobster rolls for years, symbolize what Maine is all about. Follow our adventure as we hit the road. You won’t believe what we’re about to unearth.

photo © Steve Wells

photo © Jay Hollis

photo © Jay Hollis

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"Red’s Eats"

Red’s Eats is the quintessential Maine Diner located on the Sheepscot River in the ! picturesque town Wiscasset, Maine. This gem of a puzzle includes whimsical figures of! lobsters, clams, fishing boats, the coveted lobster roll, seals, and many other surprises unique to Maine. We have used our pigmented ink transfer process in applying this image directly to epoxy coated cherry plywood. A masterpiece, that is sure to become a family heirloom.

8 3/4" x 6 1/2", 125 pieces

$250

12" x 10", 250 pieces

$500

15" x 11", 350 pieces

$700

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"Hot Rods, Bentley's Saloon"

Hot Rods, Bentley’s Saloon epitomizes “small town Maine”. Every Tuesday night in the summer, hot rods and motorcycles converge on Bentley’s Saloon, in the coastal town of Arundel, Maine. Vintage cars that have been chopped, flame painted, channeled, slammed and even Z’ed, are transformed into dazzling works of art. Many of the mechanics and car aficionados are true Michelangelo’s in their own right. What these characters most enjoy is just hanging out, shooting the breeze with one another, and enjoying “a cold one or two”. Its Tuesday night lights in Arundel, Maine.

9 1/2" x 6 1/2", 150 pieces

$300

12" x 8 1/2", 225 pieces

$450

15" x 10 1/2", 350 pieces

$700

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"Lobsterman's Shack, Cape Neddick, Maine"

Lobster man’s shack, Cape Neddick, Maine, depicts a thrown together structure which has been colorfully adorned with hand painted lobster buoys. Serving as a workshop, storage facility,! and office, these buildings continue to populate the coastal towns of Maine. When not at sea! on a cold and blustery winters day, smoke bellowing from the chimney reminds us of the solitary life of a lobster man.

10" x 6 1/2", 150 pieces

$300

12" x 7 1/2", 200 pieces

$400

15" x 9", 300 pieces

$600

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"Monhegan Island Light"

Monhegan Island Light sits atop the highest point of this sparsely populated island, located 12 miles off the coast of Booth Bay Harbor, Maine. Built in 1850, the lighthouse and fog bell have been warning sailors of the dangers that surround this island for many years. The granite structure which houses an automated light and lens remains a beacon to this day for sailors navigating through the tricky waters of Penobscot Bay.

8 1/2" x 6 1/2", 125 pieces

$250

12" x 9 1/2", 250 pieces

$500

15" x 12", 400 pieces

$800

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"The Clam Shack, Kennebunkport, Maine"

The Clam Shack is a favorite hangout for the President and Mrs. Barbara Bush when spending their summer in Kennebunkport, Maine. Located just next to the bridge at Dock Square, you can’t miss this Maine favorite. Its not unusual to see lines 20-30 people deep waiting to order! the Calm Shack’s famous lobster roll or fried clam plate. Hidden within this puzzle are whimsies ! which represent the State of Maine; a lobster, moose, brown bear, clams, lobster boat, just to name a few of the beautifully sculpted pieces.

10" x 6 1/2", 140 pieces

$280

12" x 8", 200 pieces

$400

15" x 10", 300 pieces

$600

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"Seashells, Frenchman's Bay, Mount Desert Island Maine"

These seashells washed ashore in Frenchman’s Bay on Mount Desert Island. A perfect palette! for my whimsical figure pieces. Fish, clam shells, oyster shells, lobsters, even mermaids! are neatly woven into this puzzle. A true delight to watch these whimsies emerge as the puzzle ! gets assembled.

10" x 6 1/2", 150 pieces

$300

12" x 7 1/2", 200 pieces

$400

15" x 9", 300 pieces

$600