Where do you find the best art in the National Park System? We're not talking about cheap, foreign trinkets, but nice artful objects that you take home, and put on display, and which trigger memories of your visit when you gaze at them.
My travels have brought me a beautiful hand-thrown ceramic bowl from a Mount Rainier National Park artisan, a framed trio of paintings from Acadia National Park, and a limited edition poster of Double Arch Alcove in Zion National Park.
Then, too, a number of framed maps -- both relatively present-day and historic -- of Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks, and Zion also grace our walls.
So, where do you collect your national park art, and is it in the form of paintings, ceramics, carvings, or some other form?