Katmai National Park: Bathing Bears By Kenneth Crane, Joel Anderson, 2020
- Katmai National Park: Bathing Bears
Welcome to the beauty that is Katmai National Park, a four million acre park located in southern Alaska. This fantastic natural wonder is known for its grizzly bear population and for the incredible Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. Perhaps the most famous spot in the entire park is a protected visitor viewing bridge, a structure that rests above Brooks Falls. Every year, thousands of visitors come to this structure to watch wild bears hunt for salmon. Inspired by the park’s close connection to such fantastic creatures, Anderson Design Group’s artist collaborator Kenneth Crane hand- rendered vintage poster art of Katmai, a mysterious and emotive design of two bears bathing in one of the park’s many rivers. Available as a poster, print, canvas, notecard, postcard, or metal sign, this artwork makes for a fantastic souvenir or gift. To learn more about Katmai, be sure to visit the website for the Katmai Conservancy.