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2nd Annual Mormon Art Show (and other art)

Right now there is an incredible LDS and other art show going on that you can see from the comforts of your own home, ONLINE! It only lasts until November 21 though, so be quick! The theme was “All Things … Continue reading

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Book of Mormon Map

I just barely finished this monster of a commission for Firm LDS Foundation. It took a lot of work getting in all the details in the right places, but it was absolutely fulfilling to do. It may all be in … Continue reading

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Rocks in the Grove

This is another scene from the Sacred Grove that I just painted.  Once more, I am still drawing from my mission.  It’s true what they say that missions change and affect lives forever. We have been talking a lot about … Continue reading

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New Painting: Joseph Praying

This is my latest church painting, entitled “Joseph Praying.” I was amazed by the positive reaction I received from it and already sold the original! I’m now selling prints of it as well for a flat $50 fee on my … Continue reading

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Temples of the Lord

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is spreading temples around the world faster than ever in this day and age. Many people have driven by them, walked around the grounds, or even live neighboring one. This is a sign … Continue reading

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The Smith Farm in Winter

While I was serving my mission for my church in upstate New York, I often thought about how much I would love to paint the landscapes and historical sites I saw. I didn’t have time to do that while I … Continue reading

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Mormon Temples

This is a 30 minute landscape study I did of a view in Palmyra, New York.  What we are looking at here is a field that was used for farming by the Smith family back in the early 1800’s.  Across … Continue reading

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