New Site for Jespro Enterprises -- Mr. Ed's Wild Frontier

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http://www.MrEdsWildFrontier.com is the latest online store by Jespro Enterprises, proprietors of http://www.MetalWesternImages.com. The new site proudly displays an ever-expanding catalog of laser-cut metal wall art and etched glass.

We'll try to provide information on artists of all varieties dealing with the outdoors.

Jespro Enterprises has opened their new store, Mr. Ed's Wild Frontier, on the first anniversary of the grand opening of their original shop, http://www.MetalWesternImages.com. The new site offers a quality selection of etched glass and metal wall art since July of 2007, proudly boasting themed nature images of the American wilderness that provide pastoral scenes of wildlife or hunting images to complement a rustic decorating theme.

"We have traveled through the northwest and almost all of the United States, and we have seen wildlife and Western images that have inspired us," says Jan Provancha, who operates the site with her husband, Ed. "We've decorated our home with one particular product we've found, and then discovered that the product was manufactured in Gainesville, Texas, just 20 miles from where we live. We loved their products so much that we decided we were going to market them."

Since that time the original site's catalog has grown considerably and expanded to http://www.MrEdsWildFrontier.com, adding religious and patriotic images, three-dimensional artwork, and furniture featuring etched glass. "While looking for other products I discovered an etched glass and mirror product, and we have since introduced all of those items to our web site," explains Ed. "We will be introducing similar products as we have the opportunity to grow and discover other items."

The site itself grew out of the Provanchas' love for the outdoors, and will continue to reflect their feelings on nature and wildlife. "I have a history with ranches and farms," says Ed, describing his relationship with the site and the rural life. "I've written poetry and I sing and entertain, and the cowboy Western songs are a part of me. My love for the Western lifestyle and the wildlife lifestyle is included in that. My wife gets a big kick out of me -- when I hear a bird sound, I duplicate that sound in a whistle; wild animals make a howl, call, or bark and I duplicate that. This is very much a part of who we are."

Jan and Ed have also begun a blog at http://www.WildlifeWallDecor.com to share their thoughts on their products, the outdoors, and the Western lifestyle. "We want to focus on wildlife themes, so this will be information relating to hunting, fishing, and outdoor activities," says Jan. "We'll try to provide information on artists of all varieties dealing with the outdoors."

In the future, Ed intends to display some of his nature and wildlife photography either on the site or on a second site. The couple will also be expanding their original site at http://www.MetalWesternImages.com with more Western-themed metal art, and will continue to search for complementary product lines for their business.

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