If you see me buzzing around in my “mapmobile” you’ll see my bright yellow door magnets! I like to be a private person but I can’t resist the opportunity to spread the word about my hand painted maps as I take trips across the country…I’m presently booking shows in Florida, Arizona, and California!I’m also working […]
SHHH don’t say anything yet but CHRISTMAS IS ON IT’S WAYPlease click here to order a luxury deluxe signed and numbered giclee! Orders take 1-2 weeks to fufill.And for your loved one getting new cell phones…consider a map phone case! Clickhere. $30 each for a limited time!All of my newest maps are posted swiftly to my Etsy shop!
If you would like to sign up for our MONTHLY RAFFLE please sign up for the newsletter here! The winner of this month’s raffle will win the 1/50 signed 18×24 Giclee of Augustus Mitchell’s Map of Oregon, Upper California, and New Mexico my new favorite! The atlas page alone is valued at $1400 and it looks like this without […]
Warm Fall Wishes, Fellow Travelers! I’ve enjoyed some lovely hikes in Montana in these beautiful last weeks of summer. Joey, my little muse, has become quite the hiker!
It was great to take a little break from summer shows and I’m eager to get back on the road!Please be sure to visit my shop for my newest maps!Okinawa, Washington Wagon Roads, and more!I am now finding myself falling more and more in love with old maps and I love them more the more […]
1849 Map of Oregon, upper California and New Mexico-Mitchell This map is an example of Mitchell’s 1849 map of the West, at the time of the discovery of gold in California and immediate after the completion of Fremont’s final expedition.This is one of the best maps of the West of the era, reflecting the […]
The winner of this month’s raffle will win the 1/50 signed 18×24 Giclee of Willem Blaeu’s (Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica ac Hydrographica Tabula) This map is the first exciting rendition of MERCATOR’s projection map, the first style of map to put the Prime Meridian across the center of the map, thusly avoiding the awkwardness of […]