A good friend of Dorothy Molter, Bob Cary was a lifetime angler, hunter, canoe camper, cross-country ski racer, a wonderful story teller as evidenced in his many books, including The Root Beer Lady. He lived a life full of the outdoors, writing and art.
Bob was born and raised in Illinois. But his love of outdoor living brought him to the ultimate wilderness destination: Ely, Minnesota, time and again. Finally, in 1966 Bob and his family moved to his beloved Ely, where he lived for the rest of his life.
This print of a young Dorothy Molter is black ink on 11" x 17" white paper and packaged with backer board.
Bob’s family has donated this and many other (unsigned) prints of his original pen and ink work inspired by the people and nature around Ely to the Dorothy Molter Museum to generate revenue. More at jackpinebobcary.com.