The Salt Lake Temple on a beautiful September morn.
This is the third image I have included in the galleries from Utah’s beautiful Mount Nebo Wilderness. Though taken in ‘04, I never tire of gazing upon it.
The 26th Annual Spiritual and Religious Exhibition at the Springville Museum of Art runs from October 29 - December 27, 2011. The framed image in the center of this photo is my image and displayed in a frame of my own craftsmanship and can be seen in greater detail on this web site in the “Utah - LDS Temple” gallery.
This scene was recently added to the LDS Temples Gallery - a stylized image of St. George, Utah and includes the St. George Temple as seen from the bluff near the old airport. The temple is the oldest operating temple of the Church and was constructed of native red sandstone which was then plastered white.
Now added to the LDS Temples Gallery. The Draper Utah Temple sits at the base of the foothills in the Wasatch Mountan range in the southeast portion of the Salt Lake Valley. The 129th operating temple in the church is also the 5th within the valley itself.
The St. George Temple is not often viewed from this angle due to homes in the neighborhood. It’s also not an every day occurance to have beautiful storm clouds in the St. George, Utah sky. As fortune would have it, this image covers both seldom seen aspects as it also conveys the look of an earlier era.
As one can readily see from the images on this site we like different perspectives. This image, recently added to the LDS Temples gallery, was taken from the north and included these wonderful palm trees so often associated with the California scenery.
The Southern Pacific railroad has run through Maricopa since 1879. This early morning image, reflects the beautiful Arizona sky in the rail. Check it out in the “Historical” gallery.
Jennifer also popped in for a visit at our booth at Orem’s “Arts in the Park” and expressed interest in the image entitled, “Slave Chapel, Mansfield Plantation.” The rice plantation was established in 1718 on the banks of the Black River in Georgetown, South Carolina. This image was on display in the Springville Art Museum’s 25th annual “Spiritual and Religious Art of Utah” exhibit - where the image was displayed in a handfinished frame of my own making and may be seen in the galleries “Historical” and “Framed and Matted examples.” Thanks, Jennifer!
Laura stopped by at Orem’s “Arts in the Park” and inquired about images of the Provo Tabernacle - before it burned last December. I have images of the Tabernacle I’d never processed, so I came home and took care of that. The images now reside in the “Historical” Gallery on this website. Thanks, Laura!
We are still working on some of the areas of this site so please bear with us. There are, however, a few prints that you may look at. We had these prints at the Scandinavian Festival this last weekend. We apologize for the wait and inconvenience, thank you for your patience. There will be more soon.
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This Friday and Saturday we will be at Orem, Utah’s annual Summerfest displaying samples of our work: framed and matted fine art photographic prints. Where? Orem City Center, 56 N. State, will host “Arts in the Park” as part of Orem Summerfest, June 10, 11 a.m.-8 p.m., and June 11, noon-8 p.m. We would love to have you stop by for a visit.