Click the photo to visit the Autry National Center's web site.
Visit the Autry National Center in Los Angeles, California (formerly known as the Autry Museum of the American West).
Western Artist Al Shelton created many works of art for the center's founder Gene Autry. See examples of Al's leather art and sculpture on your visit to the Autry National Center.
Click anywhere on the photo to your left and visit the Autry National Center's web site.
Click on the photo above to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame web site.
Visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio or the Rock Annex in New York City.
In 1975, Al Shelton (Cowboy Artist to the Stars) made a hand tooled leather belt for Hall of Fame inductee Steve Cropper of Stax Records and Booker T. and the M.G.'s fame. The leather belt is now a part of the museums permanent collection.
Click on the photo to your left to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame web site.
Click on the photo to visit the Martin Guitar web site.
Visit the Martin Guitar Museum in Nazareth, PA.
For six generations and 174 years the Martin family have been building fine acoustic guitars that have contributed and shaped American music in countless ways.
Click on the photo to your left to visit the Martin Guitar web site.
Click on the photo to visit The Arts Company web site in Nashville.
Visit The Arts Company Gallery in downtown Nashville.
The Arts Company Gallery features the original oil on wood panel creations of Artisan Luther Tatum.
Click on the photo to your left to visit The Arts Company Gallery web site.
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