Grand Teton: Morning Mist By Kai Carpenter, Joel Anderson, 2016
- Grand Teton: Morning Mist
Did you know that Grand Teton National Park is home to six different types of “hoofed” mammals? The elk are the most sought after by visitors, but this park also serves as a habitat for bighorn sheep, pronghorns, moose, bison, and mule deer as well. In an oil painting styled after the WPA- commissioned artwork of the early-1900s, Kai Carpenter created a vintage poster depicting an elk, one of the park’s many rivers, and the cascading steeples of the Grand Tetons themselves in the background. Order this original Anderson Design Group National Parks poster as a custom-sized canvas banner, framed art print, canvas, metal sign, framed postcard, or as a set of notecards or postcards. And to learn more about the history of the park and its many critters, visit the Grand Teton National Park Conservancy.