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This artwork captures the essence of Glacier National Park's pristine wilderness with a scene that showcases its diverse landscape. From the towering mountain peak to the clear, tranquil waters below, and the lush greenery framing a path walked by a mama grizzly and her two cubs, it reflects the park's vibrant ecosystem. This piece is a celebration of the natural beauty that beckons outdoor enthusiasts to one of Montana's most treasured spaces. 

Glacier National Park is part of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Formed in 1932, this union between the United States' Glacier National Park and Canada's Waterton Lakes National Park stands as the world's first International Peace Park. It symbolizes peace and cooperation between nations while protecting the ecological and cultural values of this shared landscape. 

Art by Anderson Design Group.

Glacier National Park - Wood Plank Wall Art

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This artwork captures the essence of Glacier National Park's pristine wilderness with a scene that showcases its diverse landscape. From the towering mountain peak to the clear, tranquil waters below, and the lush greenery framing a path walked by a mama grizzly and her two cubs, it reflects the park's vibrant ecosystem. This piece is a celebration of the natural beauty that beckons outdoor enthusiasts to one of Montana's most treasured spaces. 

Glacier National Park is part of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Formed in 1932, this union between the United States' Glacier National Park and Canada's Waterton Lakes National Park stands as the world's first International Peace Park. It symbolizes peace and cooperation between nations while protecting the ecological and cultural values of this shared landscape. 

Art by Anderson Design Group.