Dry Tortugas National Park: Sunset Sailing By Kenneth Crane, Joel Anderson, 2020
- Dry Tortugas National Park: Sunset Sailing
Welcome to Dry Tortugas National Park, one of the most remote and unique National Parks on the roster. This park was designated to conserve a series of seven small islands 70 miles west of Key West. On the largest of the islands, Garden Key, visitors can tour the largest all-masonry fort in the United States. The fort was built between 1846 and 1875, but it was never completed. Visitors can also enjoy vibrant water life, stunning coral reefs, lush seagrass, and flocks upon flocks of migratory birds. Inspired by the tropical nature of the park, Anderson Design Group’s artist collaborator Kenneth Crane hand-rendered a vintage poster design of the park, using his skill in shading and color application to create a mysterious and emotive illustration of the park and the water activities the park is known for. Available as a print, canvas, banner, metal sign, notecard, postcard, or framed postcard, this artwork would look great on any wall. To learn more about Dry Tortugas National Park, visit the website for the National Parks Conservation Association.