Travel Map Feature: 167 Colorado Highlights Custom Map

31 Mar
April 01 Travel

Colorado has the highest elevation of all the U.S. states, and it has some of the tallest mountain ranges in the U.S. as well. The state’s mountain scenery is arguably the most majestic and dramatic in the country. The State of Colorado was named after its great river the Colorado River, which Spanish explorers called […]

Weekly Map Giveaway Winner!

31 Mar

Sign up for our weekly map give-away here! This week’s mystery winner is… mrpie2005@ If your email address starts with “mrpie2005″ please email me at: lisa@greatriverarts.com to claim your free map! The entire email address has been omitted for your privacy. The name on this page is changed weekly, and chosen with “randomnamepicker.org” Thank you […]

April Amazon Finds from Lisa

26 Mar

A long time Australia anything enthusiast I dearly enjoyed this book about an Irish Family who emigrated to Australia and found adventure, fortune, and a land to call home. Created by a hard working artisan, these earrings are sure to please Mom I’m hitting the road again soon! I use this freezer to freeze ice […]

Travel Map Feature: 269-San Juan Island, Salish Sea

19 Mar
3.4 Trave copy

Forget about a tropical retreat for a moment and think of a panoramic valley, dotted with cows, vineyards, iconic lighthouses, whale watching in the distance, and lush forest. San Juan Island is one of four islands, and the second-largest of the San Juan Archipelago, located in the northwest region of the contiguous United States between the […]

Great River Arts Paper products and descriptions

11 Mar

Are you confused about all of our products? Please review here to become more confident in your purchase. Available in four sizes, each art print is printed on acid free paper made from 29% recycled material.  All of the prints feature rich and luxurious colors, perfectly consistent with the original image, which was hand-painted using […]

Educational Map Series: Africae Nova

10 Mar
3.2 Educational

This mid-17th century map, Africae Nova Tabula, created by the Dutch cartographer Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612), is a beautiful decorative map of the continent of Africa, and was published in 1640 in Paris by Chez Iean Boisseau. Jodocus Hondius established himself as one of the most prominent geographers and engravers during the 17th century. Amsterdam was […]