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The Native Americans lived and traveled through the Heber Valley long before the pioneers showed up. The native people to the Utah area would make the foothills below Mount Timpanogos their summer home. This inspiring painting captures what once was and preserves the memory of this great native people. The painting features the classic teepee, drying racks, and horses that only the more modern natives had. The gorgeous accuracy of the Timpanaogos Mountain is reminiscint of a real photo. Looking at the far right of the mountain you can see Brighams horse, named after Brigham Young who helped create the state of Utah. 

Summer Home

SKU: Murdock 19 R
  • Hand painted artwork by Vernon Murdock provided as a canvas copy. Printed with Giclee Ink. (150 year high quality ink) Choose size at purchase. Size of original painting is 31" x 25". Copyright held by Vernon Murdock. Creating copies or altering artwork in any way is prohibited. For recommendations or info on mounting and frames, please contact

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