Zion National Park: Opening Day, May 15, 1920 (print)

Tooele, UT: John Clark, 2009. Print. Print. 14" by 22" Signed by the artist. Three color silk-screen pulled by the artist, and southern Utah lover, John H. Clark. Image shows a group of six people in a Model T (in profile) with the mountains of Zion rising in the background. This image was used for the cover of the book Clark co-authored with his wife, Melissa Clark. John Clark is an artist and author with an interest in Utah tourism and automobile history. He and his wife Melissa are the authors of "Opening Zion," a book on the opening of Zion National Park. He also writes a series on automobile history in Utah called Motor Tales. John is a block-printing artist whose work has been displayed in numerous juried art shows across Utah. His passion for tourism history led to the creation of a series of vintage style silk-screened posters that highlight early automobile travel in Utah's national parks. John also designed Utah’s newest ski-themed license plate. This is the first print that Clark produced for his ongoing Utah National Park series. Three have been produced to date. Item #27312

Price: $30.00

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