America’s Hands-Down Best


A Norman Rockwell moment.

We’ve all had one or two in our lifetime; maybe more.

That surreal feeling of a picture-perfect moment in time.

A moment we know will be indelibly marked in our memory forever.

When we felt the true essence of life’s magic.


The story of America’s favorite illustrator:




Cowboy Culture


The American Old West was artistically immortalized in ways only possible from the hand and heart of an avid adventurer.

From his early drawings of the western frontier, Frederic Remington was destined for success.

His lineage boasted of legendary mountain men, great artists, and George Washington himself.

No surprise, then, that he went out west alone at age 19 to Montana.


The old wild west was never so intriguing to children of all ages as it was in the days of Disney’s famed Davy Crockett

An animated 1950s story portrays the dream of a brave young cowboy who saves the day by proving himself to be a great American hero.





The Wideness and Wonder of the World


Georgia O’Keeffe called this region of New Mexico, “My Country.”

Her love for its remarkable beauty was indelibly written in her spirit.


The Pedernal Society