The richly-colored artwork commissioned especially for Mesa Verde National Park's centennial celebration is now available as a poster! Artist Ruthie Osa captured the grandeur and hues of Cliff Palace, the largest cliff dwelling in North America, in this contemporary piece reminiscent of the popular Works Progress Administration (WPA) illustration style. Printed on gloss white stock that contains 10% post-consumer recycled materials. 11" x 17"
Photographs by Albert Barg & Jeff Weisberg. The Grand Circle is made up of several National Parks across the Colorado Plateau. This poster features views of five major parks of the Grand Circle: Bryce Canyon, Mesa Verde, Arches, Capitol Reef, Zion and Grand Canyon National Parks. 12" x 36"
A legacy of language and inspired ideas is explored in this compelling North American Indian Cultures map. The map shows a broad sampling of linguistic families throughout the continent along with descriptions of each language group. A special inset highlights Indian innovations from parkas and snow goggles to new medicines and agricultural techniques. 36" x 23".
The Works Progress Administration (WPA) printed thousands of posters through its Federal Arts Project during the 1930s and 1940s. Many posters advertised national parks throughout the United States, from the Great Smokies to Yosemite. This poster is recreated using the same six-layer silk-screen process and similar colors, and is printed on acid-free 80 lb. paper. 13 1/2" x 19" approximate image size (Poster finished size 15" x 20 1/2")