Yosemite National Park: Horsetail Fall By Mary Withers Kirkland, Joel Anderson, 2022
- Yosemite National Park: Horsetail Fall
Always with an eye out for other artists who appreciate vintage poster art and retro design, Anderson Design Group is pleased to announce a collaboration with digital painter Mary Withers Kirkland on a series of classic National Park posters. Mary's unique stylization, emotive clouds, and lyrical sense of color captures the rare natural phenomenon of Horsetail Fall, which can appear to be on fire under the right conditions. Falling 2,030 feet down the eastern side of El Capitan, Horsetail Fall is a seasonal waterfall that flows as two side-by-side streams during the winter and spring months. If conditions are perfect, the sun sets in just the right position to light up the falls, making them appear as if they are on fire. Now available as a poster print, canvas, metal sign, mini-canvas, notecard, or postcard, this original National Park art and vintage illustration will look great on any wall. And to learn more about Yosemite National Park, be sure to visit the website for the Yosemite Conservancy.