Badlands National Park: Bighorn Sheep By David Owens, Joel Anderson, 2021
- Badlands National Park: Bighorn Sheep
Anderson Design Group is proud to collaborate with digital painter David Owens to create a lovely series of National Parks art. David’s rich color palettes and emotive painting style offer a nostalgic and vintage-styled perspective on classic American National Parks. The Badlands: don’t let the name fool you. While the Lakota Indians of old may have scorned the “Mako Sica” (meaning “Land Bad”) for being an inhospitable and difficult land to traverse, today's visitors can enjoy the good life on this 244,000 acre national park. To celebrate this wonderful park, digital painter David Owens captured the lonely, rugged grandeur of Badlands by setting two bighorn sheep against a windswept sky. This vintage-looking national park poster would make the perfect centerpiece for any room’s decor. To learn more about the Badlands and why we must protect these lands, visit the National Parks Conservation Association.