International artist creates Clark County Historical Museum Poster
Internationally known illustrator and Clark County, Wa., resident Paul Lanquist created this 18″ x 24″ poster of the 1909 Vancouver, Wa., Carnegie Library building which now serves as the Clark County Historical Museum. You can own a copy for $19.99 + tax and $9.95 postage & handling.
Call 360-993-5679, or visit the museum, 1511 Main St., Vancouver, Wa., to order yours today. Visa and Master Card accepted.
Meet the artist – Paul Lanquist
In the shadow of Mount St. Helens volcano, where the folklore of Big Foot and the legend of D.B. Cooper were born, illustrator Paul Lanquist creates a steady stream of poster art that tells the story of America.
Lanquist, the grandson of Dust Bowl farm laborers, grew up in a red-white- and-blue-collar home in Bakersfield, Calif. He got his start working as a commercial illustrator for many Northwest chains like Fred Meyer and GI Joe’s. But he has a uniquely American past, which his work embodies, often celebrating America’s rugged individualist and its pioneer spirit.
Lanquist is a leader in his field, creating many destination posters for the jewels of the National Park Service. A cowboy at heart, his souvenir-style, travel posters, numbering more than 1,000 for various sites across the country and Canada, are created in a converted horse stable/studio next to his house.