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Annual religious art exhibit features the Artists of Al Young Studios

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Two original oil paintings by Elspeth Young, a pen and ink drawing by Ashton Young, and a photograph by Tanner Young are featured in the 29th Annual Spiritual and Religious Art of Utah Exhibition.  Of 347 works submitted, 177 were selected for the juried exhibition.  Frames for the works were prepared by Al Young Studios.

Elspeth's painting of Elisabeth (the mother of John the Baptist), entitled Nothing Shall Be Impossible, was one of twelve works selected for a cash award.

These are the featured works for the Studios:

Nothing Shall Be Impossible
Nothing Shall Be Impossible
This My Son
This My Son
Knock and it Shall Be Opened
Knock and it Shall Be Opened

Tags: This My Son, Nothing Shall Be Impossible, 2014, Exhibits, News

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