CARLISLE, PA (July 21, 2010) - History on High - The Shop is honored to feature the work of talented local artists. Our most recent artist to hang his paintings at History on High - The Shop is Boiling Springs artist, Dave Miner. 

Dave paints directly from nature, and then finishes his oils in his fully equipped studio located in Shiremanstown. He has shown his work locally and nationally since 1988. Most of these paintings are of Cumberland County scenes.

Located at 33 West High Street, across from the Carlisle Theatre, History on High - The Shop

highlights local artists one of a kind creations in various forms of media - paintings, pottery, textiles, stained glass, photography, carvings and woodworking, metals, jewelry and edible creations. Chris Mackie, Elaine Haag, Christine's Chocolates, Earl Blust, Claire Beadon Carnell, Jonathan Frazier, Paul Hoch, Sandra McKeehan, Metal Expressions, Mary Jane Sausser, Letort Glass, Avonelle Whitacre, Robert Hughes, Howard Eberle, Yellow Breeches Box Co., Goodling's Forge, Tony Zizzi, and Ron Barrick have their work here on a regular basis.

We hope to see you soon. Come on in and get out of the summer sun.

The Cumberland County Historical Society is an active history center with an award winning museum, library, photo archives, educational center, museum shop and historic Two Mile House. The Historical Society's mission is to collect, preserve, interpret and promote research of Cumberland County history. Anyone interested in local history is invited to become a member. Call 249-7610 or visit our web site for more information and to see the museum virtual tour. Cumberland County Historical Society is located at 21 North Pitt Street in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Hours are Monday 4-8 p.m., Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Admission to the museum is free. History on High - The Shop's hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.


The Cumberland County Historical Society and Hamilton Library Association is a nonprofit educational institution that has been preserving and sharing Cumberland County history since 1874.