The Owen House Gallery displays the watercolor work of Joyce Morrell. The Owen House is a large, historic colonial inn on a headland overlooking Passamaquoddy Bay. It has a panoramic view of the islands on both sides of the Canada/U.S. border. It faces southwest, the rooms are large and sunny, and you can see the water from every room. Admiral William Fitzwilliam Owen, the son of the Welsh Captain who was granted the island in 1769, built the Owen House in 1835. The Owen family ran the island of Campobello as a feudal estate for nearly a century.