Mullett Lake Print No. 
Located in Cheboygan County, Mullett Lake is named after John Mullett. Together with William A. Burt., he surveyed this northern Michigan Lake in the middle of the 19th Century. Mullett Lake is part of Michigan’s Inland Waterway Route which connects to Burt lake by the Indian River. Known for a state record Lake Sturgeon, many types of fish can be found here.
Inspired by the work of these two individuals and the important work they did together, it was fitting to create the Burt and Mullett Lakes prints as a diptych design that actually connect to each other.
This vintage style travel poster is created in a standard frame size with the highest craftsmanship on archival heavyweight paper with a matte finish, hand signed and sealed by the artist. Open Edition. Made in Michigan. NOTE: This electronic image has been watermarked to prevent illegal copyright use. Purchased artwork from Martens Printworks will not have a watermark.