Grand Teton National Park: Sand Hill Crane By Kai Carpenter, Joel Anderson, 2017
- Grand Teton National Park: Sand Hill Crane
The sandhill crane frequents the lakes and streams of the Grand Tetons, and with over 200 miles of trails and an abundance of wildlife, visitors to Grand Teton National Park can truly appreciate the greatness of nature. This protected region of Wyoming offers bright green valleys, crisp and shockingly blue alpine lakes, soaring mountainsides, and protected meadows where wildflowers carpet the earth. Oil painter Kai Carpenter brings out that serene imagery and color in an original Anderson Design Group National Parks travel poster. Adorn a wall, desk, or bureau with this awe-inspiring vintage art as a canvas banner, framed art print, metal sign, or framed postcard. And to learn more about the park itself, click on over to the Grand Teton National Park Conservancy.