The Ogunquit Museum of American Art (OMAA) is a small art museum open only in the summer months. It sits on three acres on the coast of Ogunquit, Maine, at 543 Shore Road, and houses over 1,600 pieces in its permanent collection. It is the only museum in Maine devoted solely to American art. The OMAA was founded in 1953 by Henry Strater. He chose architect Charles S. Worley Jr. to create the building it is housed in. The museum has since gone through multiple renovations and additions. The OMAA houses over 1,600 pieces in its permanent collection.