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SPONSORED: Inspirational Art Association Celebrates its Fifth Annual ‘Christmas Season Art Showcase’

Inspiring LDS Art

"Follow Me," by Liz Lemon Swindle

The Joseph Smith Memorial Building will host the fifth annual “Christmas Season Art Showcase” December 3rd through 6th.  This year’s event will feature the region’s most recognized artists for their inspirational art.  The selected artists will display their work, meet and greet visitors, and provide pieces available to purchase.

Featured artists include Liz Lemon Swindle, Ortho Fairbanks, Del Parsons, Linda Curley Christensen, Sandra B. Rast, Annie Henrie, and many more.  (See a complete list of artists below.)

Organized by the Inspirational Art Association (IAA) since 2010, the “Christmas Season Art Showcase” is one way the organization fosters the creation and promotion of inspirational art.  Much of the art displayed will reflect the joy of the holiday season.

“If you have ever heard that ‘a picture is worth a 1000 words’ you will understand why our 2014 showcase will infuse your life with volumes of inspirational stories, thoughts, and the joy of God’s creations,” said President of IAA Linda Curley Christensen.

For more information about this event, visit myiaa.com.

To learn more about LDS artists and the stories behind their inspiring works, check out "New LDS Art that Will Change How You See the Gospel (& the Stories Behind Them)."

Admission: Free to the public18247

Dates and Times: 

  • Wednesday, December 3rd, 4 pm to 9 pm
  • Thursday, December 4th, 9 am to 9 pm
  • Friday, December 5th, 9 am to 9 pm
  • Saturday, December 6th, 9 am to 9 pm

List of Artists:

Robert A. Boyd, Joseph Brickey, L. Curley Christensen, Ken Corbett, Ortho R. Fairbanks, Emily Curruth Fuller, Kerri Guthrie, Annie Henrie, Cary Henrie, Richard Horrocks, Geri Jensen, J. R. Johansen, Justin B. Kunz, Mark R. Latimore, Jason F. Miller, Terry Moss, Torgesen Murdock, Anne Marie Oborn, Del Parson, Sandra B. Rast, Katherine Ricks, Richard Lance Russell, J. Ken Spencer, Deborah Shurtleff, Elizabeth Jean Stanley, Scott Sumner, Liz Lemon Swindle, and Simon Winegar. 



"Mother's Lullaby," by Annie Henrie