Derived from the beautiful Work Projects Administration Poster Collection produced from 1936 to 1943, Zion National Park is represented here by the bear, which ironically, is rarely ever seen in the park.
The Virgin River cuts through the sandstone on her journey home, taking with her rocks and pebbles, widening and reshaping the canyons that define Zion. The intensity of the colors—the vivid ruby of the rocks, the clear sapphire of the sky, the emerald of the grass—make Zion National Park a treasure of the West.
• 4" x 3"
• Weather and UV resistant