Bolivian Boy at the Fence is based on a boy Elder and Sister Scott met while traveling in Bolivia. The boy had a severe skin disease with sores all over his face; his eyes were painfully closed. Elder Scott gave the boy his sunglasses to help ease the pain. Photo from LDS Church News.
This painting titled Barns, captures a setting in rural Maryland. Photo from LDS Church News.
Campfire at Sunset conveys peace and comfort through obedience to the teachings of the Savior. Photo from LDS Church News.
Jeanene in Pioneer Dress shows Elder Scott's beloved wife celebrating her pioneer heritage out in a garden. Photo from Deseret News.
Huntington Parkway is the scene of the street in Bethesda, Maryland, that Elder Scott saw on his way home from work; his home was just around the corner. Photo from Deseret News.
Surfer conveys the need to be aware of circumstances around us. The gigantic wave represents trials and temptations. "We may be placidly moving through life unaware of overpowering challenges that will come upon us unless we consistently seek guidance from the Holy Ghost," Elder Scott said. Photo from Deseret News.