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Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts - Original oil painting

Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts - Original oil painting

Original Sold--no longer available

"Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts" features Phoebe from Romans 16:1-2. This painting is part of the series of Women of the Bible. Oil on panel, 34.875 in. x 19.875 in. Framed. Frame dimensions (outside) 43.75 in. x 28.75 in. Made in the USA. Categories: Architecture, Elspeth Young, Figure, Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts, New Testament, Oil painting, Phoebe & Women of the Bible


Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts - Original oil painting by Elspeth Young

Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts - Original oil painting


by Elspeth Young

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From the Newsroom


Gallery Walk: Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts by Elspeth Young

By Elspeth C. Young

the story in this painting
the creation of this paintingOriginal artworks produced by the Artists of Al Young Studios are part of themed collections because the Studios is organized after the pattern of the Renaissance workshops of the old masters.  The Artists take the long view of their work as being a lifetime journey toward mastery of artistic expression through selected techniques, reaching as far back as the 16th century.  Artists work as peers in an intensely creative community in which each artist pursues his or her own work as part of the group's philosophy... Read more »

Tags: Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts, 2020, Exhibits


Ensign Magazine article about Phebe features artwork by Elspeth

By Al R. Young This brief article presented New Testament commentary and study aids.Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts... Read more »

Tags: Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts, 3rd-party Publications, 2019, News


Fine Art Framing: Al Young Studios' custom framing services for original artworks and giclees (overview)

By Al R. Young
We have framed our own artworks for more than 25 years, and during that time we have provided a variety of framing services to patrons upon request.  For various reasons--including constant change in the availability of moulding styles--we cannot offer off-the-shelf framing options or response times typically associated with such a service.  Of necessity, all of our framing projects are custom projects that are priced, completed, and billed accordingly.  For example, inasmuch as the Studios does not maintain a selection of off-the-shelf moulding options, moulding styles actually available at the time of a request for information about framing options must be researched... Read more »

Tags: Elspeth’s Hollyhocks, North Shore, Nasturtium, Wald Kirche, Old Dominion, Scabiosa, A Boy’s Prayer, Foxglove, Moonlit, Waiting, Untitled, Narcissus on beige paper, Narcissus on gray paper, July, The Almira, Columbine, Maine, Final Draft,


Women of the New Testament by Camille Fronk Olson features illustrations from Al Young Studios

By Al R. Young Women of the New Testament by Camille Fronk Olson is the companion volume to Women of the Old Testament, published by Deseret Book in 2009.

The New Testament volume features fifty six illustrations from the Artists of Al Young Studios, listed here under the Studios' fine art collections and portfolios to which they belong.


From the Women of the Bible Fine Art CollectionFull-color details (cropped images) from the following 29 paintings appeared in the book (in the order in which they appear here)... Read more »

Tags: I Shall Be Whole, I Say Unto Thee, Arise, The Windows Of Heaven, The Miracle Of Forgiveness, What Is Truth, Under Whose Wings Thou Art Come To Trust, Unto The City Of David, A Damsel Came To Hearken, By The Wayside, Living Water, Waiting...


Blank Art Diaries: Edition of At Home now available as spiral-bound art diary

By Al R. Young This blank-book journal sells for $32 (plus shipping) direct from Al Young Studios.  Printed in full color on heavy paper, the book is bound with black plastic spiral to rest flat when open.

At Home: A Personal Journal  features 128 original artworks consisting of 51 original oil paintings from the Artists of Al Young Studios, 44 images from the Studios' Limited Editions Collection, nine pen and ink drawings and block prints by Ashton, seven of Al's exquisitely crafted pencil drawings, and one lithograph from his private portfolios... Read more »

Tags: North Shore, Nasturtium, Wald Kirche, Scabiosa, Foxglove, Narcissus on beige paper, July, Columbine, Maine, Final Draft, Unfurling, Back Shore, Summer's End, Gifts of Morn, Black-eyed Susan, Land's End, Solitude, The Limberlost, Perdita,


Edition of Inspirations now available as spiral-bound art diary

By Al R. Young This blank-book journal sells for $32 (plus shipping) direct from Al Young Studios.  Printed in full color on heavy paper, the book is bound with black plastic spiral to rest flat when open.

Inspirations features 163 artworks along with 53 commentaries—written by the Artists of Al Young Studios especially for this journal—on such topics as their creative process, the creative environment of the Studios, technical approaches to their artwork, and inspiration from the works of other artists... Read more »

Tags: Untitled, In the Clearing, Anne Girl, Spring Rain, Journey's End, Enchanted Stillness, Bedtime Story, In The High Valley, Mountain Home, And I Will Not Deny The Christ, Sara Crewe, And My Soul Hungered, 3.00.0246.010, The Road To Melek, We...


Illustration: Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts

By Al R. Young
High-resolution digital copies are available from the Studios for use as illustrations.  Use the serial number—appearing below the thumbnail—in requesting permission from the Studios (see links at the bottom of this page for detail).


The correct form of attribution when publishing an image is specified in the license agreement issued to the publisher by Al Young Studios.Guidelines for requests to copy or publish artworks created by the Artists of Al Young Studios

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The original image is available for sale, please contact us for details... Read more »

Tags: Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts, 2011, People and Stories of the Bible


Elspeth C. Young completes new oil painting - "Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts"

By Al R. Young Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts is the newest oil painting to be added to the line of original artworks from Al Young Studios.

Click here to see a larger image of the new painting, read the artist's commentary, and look at the selection of prints--if any are available.... Read more »

Tags: Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts, 2011, Elspeth C. Young, Legacy, News, Oil paintings and prints, Women of the Bible Art Collection


Tips & Techniques: Turn the problem upside-down

By Elspeth C. Young


Strange as it may sound (we often surprise Studio visitors with this one!), working on a painting while the panel is turned upside-down, as shown above, can be a marvelous problem-solver during an otherwise difficult painting session.  In the final stages of her painting of Phebe, for instance, Elspeth has spent several painting sessions over the last couple of weeks, with the panel inverted.  This technique enables the artist to "forget" that he or she is painting a face, an eye, a hand, etc... Read more »

Tags: Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts, 2011, Tips and techniques, Women of the Bible Art Collection


Project Commentaries: Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts by Elspeth Young

By Elspeth C. Young
 The Apostle Paul's praise of the disciple Phoebe (found in Romans 16:1-2) inspired Elspeth to begin creating a painting of this noble  "servant of the church" whom Paul extolled as a "succourer of many, and of myself also." The detail images, right and below, give a quick glimpse of some small portions of costuming and Phoebe's hand, blocked-in and ready for layers of scumbling and color glazing.
The verb "succor" has been used throughout both ancient and modern-day scripture to denote Christ-like compassion and active selfless service in behalf of those in special need... Read more »

Tags: Here Bring Your Wounded Hearts, 2011, Project commentaries, Women of the Bible Art Collection