Great Basin National Park: Bristlecone Pine By Kai Carpenter, Joel Anderson, 2018
- Great Basin National Park: Bristlecone Pine
Great Basin National Park seems a desolate land at first, but closer inspection finds it teeming with wildlife. The park is home to bighorn sheep, water shrews, yellow-bellied marmots, beavers, porcupines, rabbits, and mule deer like the one illustrated here. The park is also home to some of the oldest trees in America, like the featured Great Basin Bristlecone pine. The Anderson Design Group National Parks series proudly offers a full line of Kai Carpenter oil paintings, including the presented image. This vintage poster art can be custom-created for our customers as a framed print, canvas banner, or metal sign. Or order a stack of notecards or postcards to save wall space. To learn more about the Great Basin, check out the Great Basin Institute.