Six color screen printed poster by Claire Hummel. 18"x24" on 100# Cougar White
Made in USA. Frame Not Included. 5% of purchase donated to The National Park Service.
About Capitol Reef Capitol Reef National Park was first designated a National Monument by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1937 but it wasn’t until 1971 that it gained the status of National Park. The 60-mile stretch of south-central Utah that makes up the Capital Reef National Park follows the Waterpocket Fold, a monocline of rock strata.
The desert region is a geographic wonder of domes, arches, ridges, and buttes that have been home to Native Americans up to the 13th century and later Mormon settlers in the 1870s. Beyond the beauty of the gorges and monoliths, the park is also home to the preserved buildings left by early settlers.