Grand Teton National Park: Elk By Andy Gregg, Joel Anderson, 2010
- Grand Teton National Park: Elk
Established in 1929, Grand Teton National Park encompasses 310,000 acres of Wyoming’s wild lands. The park includes the Grant Teton mountain range as well as much of the nearby valleys and river beds. In this hand illustration by Anderson Design Group, regal bull elk graze in a verdant river valley. Anderson Design borrowed inspiration from WPA-commissioned artwork, an art style from the same time period when many of the National Parks were first designated. This vintage art print is a bold statement for a living room, office, or even a man cave. Retro art collectors and National Parks enthusiasts alike can show their pride for the parks with this ADG Store artwork as a canvas banner, framed postcard, metal sign, or framed art print. To learn more about the park, visit the Grand Teton National Park Conservancy.