The history of taxidermy really began with Carl E. Akeley, whom the Akeley Hall of African Mammals at the American Museum of Natural History in New York is named after. What you see there is animals in motion in their natural habitat. It is an art form in every sense of the word. To that end, Animal Artistry was named and that has been our vision. Animals are more than trophies, more than scores in a record book, they are dignified, graceful creatures that even the primitives somehow wanted to preserve portions of to bring into their dwellings. Animal Artistry has been committed to taking taxidermy to a higher level. One that respects the animal and his habitat and brings the art of the animal into people’s homes.