Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas

Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas by Norman Rockwell

Norman Rockwell, Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas.
From the Permanent collection, and on view at Norman Rockwell Museum. © 1967, Norman Rockwell Family Agency


It’s a case of life imitating art during the Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas weekend, December 4th through the 6th, 2015. The 26th annual celebration of Norman Rockwell’s famous painting sees Stockbridge recreating that 1950’s, Berkshires village, holiday street scene to a ‘t’!

Stockbridge, MA is already a quaint and quintessentially New England town to begin with but, once they decorate it for the annual Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas weekend … well, with vintage cars parked and store windows decorated to match Rockwell’s iconic work, you will feel as if you’re stepping back in time, right into a living painting! (more…)

Step Into Art at the Norman Rockwell Museum

Norman Rockwell MuseumIt doesn’t get more Americana than a Norman Rockwell painting – whether you saw it in a book, on a poster, or on an old magazine cover, you know his work immediately. Norman Rockwell’s art is the warm, welcoming kind that invites you in – well now you can take him up on it by visiting the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.

Norman Rockwell created well over 4,000 works during his lifetime, including illustrations for The Saturday Evening Post, Look magazine, Boys’ Life, and many others. A realist artist with an eye for the warmth and humor in humanity, Norman Rockwell’s paintings, drawings, and sketches are the epitome of the American experience. (more…)