Sequoia National Park: Morning Glow By Kenneth Crane, Joel Anderson, 2020


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Sequoia National Park, where the great trees grow. Named after the mighty Sequoia trees that call the park home, this preserved wilderness is also the home of the world’s largest tree, the General Sherman Tree. The General Sherman Tree is 275 feet tall and measures 36 feet in diameter at its base! Inspired and awed by the majesty of the tree and others like it in the park, Anderson Design Group artist collaborator Kenneth Crane rendered a vintage travel poster of the tree, emotive, illustrated poster art styled in the loose, hand-rendered fashion that Kenneth is known for. A wonderful souvenir from a trip to Sequoia National Park or a great gift for a fellow parks enthusiast, this original artwork is available as a poster, print, canvas, metal sign, banner, notecard, postcard, or framed postcard. And to learn more about the park, be sure to visit the website for the Sequoia Parks Conservancy.

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