Paragon and Propac

Paragon and Propac Images are a family owned business located in the small town of Albertville, Alabama. The predecessor of today’s business was started in 1970 by Wendell and Bonnie Glassco, and then taken up by their three children Lendell Glassco, Malanta Knowles and Vince Glassco. The idea began as American sourced affordable framed art, and expanded into even more affordable art with the addition of Propac in the 1990’s. In 2010, the two companies acquired high-end wall décor, lighting, and accessory specialist Kinder-Harris, while picking up industry ARTS awards along the way.

Paragon and Propac offer an extensive variety of wall art that includes framed and canvas art, clocks, metal sculptures. The introduction of new products each year means a fresh offering of toady’s beautiful art. They work hard at Paragon and Propac to bring you the best in affordable wall art, but when they take it easy they head to Lake Guntersville and Taylor Mountain to enjoy the beauty of nature.

Chef le Normand wall clock
Wall Clocks
Propac Metal Art
Metal Art
Tuxedo Cat - Propac Image
Tuxedo Cat
cape cod no. 1 propac image
cape cod 1

Paragon and Propac images are made in Small Town America.

Actually, the two companies are located in Albertville in Marshall County, Alabama. Albertville was settled in the 1850s. Its early settlers included Thomas A. Albert, who gave the town its name. Albertville proudly counts itself a small town with less than 20,000 inhabitants. Once known as the fire hydrant capital of the world because local industry produce so many, it now has many other industries including Paragon and Propac.