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Family Prayer V

Family Prayer V

Another entry in the family prayer series.


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Ninety and Nine II

Ninety and Nine II

A reference to Luke 15:4. A sequel to Ninety and Nine. (The original is in a nonstandard wide format, and I wanted to see if I could convey the same idea in a square.)


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Of Heavenly Parents

Of Heavenly Parents

A reference to The Family: A Proclamation to the World. The white triangles represent Heavenly Father and Heavenly Mother (similar to what I did in Their Work and Glory and In Your Royal Courts on High).


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For Time and All Eternity II

For Time and All Eternity II

The white rectangle represents an altar. The yellow circle represents the sealing power.


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Upon the Cross of Calvary

Upon the Cross of Calvary

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Ready to Eat

And now for something completely different and just for fun, more in the vein of the illustrations I used to do:

Ready to Eat

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Gethsemane

Gethsemane

The figure at center represents the Savior in the garden of Gethsemane, and the faint light along the right side of the painting represents the angel about to arrive.


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Holiness to the Lord

Another temple piece:

Holiness to the Lord

The bottom triangle represents the temples on Earth, and the top triangle represents heaven reaching down to us.


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Their Work and Glory

A slightly more abstract piece this time:

Their Work and Glory

The two triangles represent Heavenly Father (left) and Heavenly Mother (right), unified and together as they watch over their children on Earth.


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Shoulder to the Wheel II

With Sacred Shapes, I wanted to have some new art along with the old, so people in the area who’ve already seen everything online would have a reason to go in person. This is one of the three new pieces. Newish, actually. It’s a reworking of Shoulder to the Wheel, which I felt would work better in a wintertime setting. So, with 100% more snow:

Shoulder to the Wheel II

I should note, too, that I’ve tweaked this one a bit beyond what’s in the exhibit (adding more snow, mainly).


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