Grand Teton National Park: Moose By David Owens, Joel Anderson, 2020
- Grand Teton National Park: Moose
Once in awhile, the founder of Anderson Design Group, Joel Anderson, will come across artistic talent that is so unique and excellent that he brings a freelance artist on to work with the ADG team. Joel is pleased to collaborate with digital painter David Owens to create a new collection of vivid, loose, masterfully impressionistic poster designs. In keeping with the spirit of ADG’s poster art, David’s style is perfect because his rich color palettes and emotive impressions offer a new perspective on classic American travel scenes. In this particular design, David hand-rendered his own take on Grand Teton National Park. Established in 1929, Grand Teton National Park encompasses 310,000 acres of Wyoming’s wild lands. The park includes the Grant Teton mountain range as well as much of the nearby valleys and river beds. There is plenty of space to roam, camp, hike, canoe, and explore in this beautiful wilderness. Colorful, compelling, and emotive, this painting would look great on any wall as a framed print, canvas, banner, notecard, postcard, or metal sign. To learn about important conservation work in the Grand Tetons, visit the website for the Grand Teton National Park Foundation.