National Parks Folio

The National Parks Folio is a collection of eleven fine art prints celebrating the beauty and splendor of the landscapes in our national parks. Created in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Park System, it is a visually-stunning way to decorate a hallway at home or at the office.


There is over a century-long legacy of artists celebrating and protecting our national parks. Carl has served as an artist-in-residence to three national parks, and wanted to create something special to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the National Park System. The National Parks Folio takes a broad look at the diversity of landscapes in our national parks, and invites you to explore their beauty. This is a limited edition product, limited to only ten items. Each folio displays its limited edition number on the cover sheet.


While there are many things to celebrate in our national parks, the National Parks Folio focuses on their dramatic landscapes. Carl wanted to create a portfolio that showed the incredible diversity of our parks, from the Arctic to the desert, as well as represent some well-known and lesser-known. The parks represented in the folio include:

  • Badlands National Park, South Dakota
  • Canyonlands National Park, Utah
  • Denali National Park & Preserve, Alaska
  • Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve, Alaska
  • Glacier National Park, Montana
  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
  • Joshua Tree National Park, California
  • Katmai National Park & Preserve, Alaska 
  • Lake Clark National Park, Alaska
  • Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
  • Zion National Park, Utah


The folio contains eleven fine art prints crafted using Hahnemühle Glossy Fine Art paper, with a paper size of 13x19 and a print area of 8.5x13. This allows you to either frame the full print, or matt and frame to the print area. The folio also includes:

  • National Parks Folio cover sheet
  • Artist bio
  • List of images
  • Artist statement about celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the National Park System
  • Quotation by George B. Hartzog, Jr., National Park Service director from 1964-1972
  • Packaged in Archival quality box with TrueCore™ black lining and textured black exterior