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Prayer of Sorrow: Please Cleanse my Missing Family
Triptych, Oil on linen
36 x 24
On exhibit at Finch Lane Gallery from August 9-Sept 20 2019

Portrait of a Missing Couple Springville Museum of Art 95th Annual Spring Salon April 24, 2019 -July 6, 2019

Portrait of a Missing Couple
Oil on canvas
48″ x 36″

Invitation to witness: Elijah’s Fire on Mount Carmel

Great news! This painting just won an award at the 7th Annual Holladay Fine Art Show. If you want to learn more about the painting click the title above to check it out on my artwork page.

“Out of the Wilderness”
Now on display at the Museum of History
11th International Art Competition


Out of the Wilderness
Now on display at the Museum of History
11th International Art Competition
36″ x 48″
Oil on three canvas panels

In this painting, dining room chairs represent a family finding a route out of an untrackable wilderness by means of a forceful current within a roaring waterfall.

In the scriptures, rushing water is a symbol used to represent the voice of the Lord. Choosing to consistently study the words of Christ offers the honest seeker spiritual direction, protection and transformation.

“And he shall utter his voice out of Zion, and he shall speak from Jerusalem, and his voice shall be heard among all people and it shall be as the voice of many waters . . .” (Doctrine and Covenants 133:21-22)

“My commandments shall be a well of living water.” (Doctrine and Covenants 63:23)

“In my judgement, diligently searching to discover connections, patterns, and themes is in part what it means to “feast” upon the words of Christ. This approach can open the floodgates of the spiritual reservoir, enlighten our understanding through His Spirit, and produce a depth of gratitude for the holy scriptures and a degree of spiritual commitment that can be received in no other way. Such searching enables us to build upon the rock of our Redeemer and to withstand the winds of wickedness in these latter days.” Elder David A Bednar https://byu.edu/talks/david-a-bednar_reservoir-living-water/