It's About Time
Ferdinand Hodler (Swiss painter, 1853-1918) Landschaft bei Caux mit aufsteigenden Wolken - 1917 Ferdinand Hodler (1853-1918) was born in Berne, the eldest of 6 children. By the time Hodler was 8, he had lost his father & 2 younger brothers to tuberculosis. His mother remarried but died of tuberculosis in 1867, when he was 14. Eventually the disease killed all of Hodler's remaining siblings, instilling in the artist a powerful consciousness of mortality. Ferdinand Hodler (Swiss painter…
sandra rast art | Sandra Rast Art - Art Gallery : Pioneer Paintings : Silent Prayer ~ so many small children are lost on the trail and had be buried along the way by their grieving families.
Of One Heart (Emma Crossing the Ice)
Of One Heart (Emma Crossing the Ice), by Liz Lemon Swindle; GAB 96; Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph Smith (2007), 369. © Liz Lemon Swindle: DO NOT COPY. This asset is for Church use and online viewing only.
Stories of Mormon Pioneer Women for Talks and Lessons
Learn stories of faith, trials, and miracles from LDS pioneer women while they crossed the plains. These are perfect to share in your next talk or lesson.
Tom Browning | Cowboy Crossings 2015 Born in Ontario, Oregon, in 1949, Tom Browning has been painting professionally since 1972. Starting out with Western and wildlife as a choice of subject matter, Tom has had a multifaceted career that has provided many incredible paintings of di...
I'll Never Let Go, Pioneer Artwork by Julie Rogers
Elizabeth Simpson Haigh Bradshaw was born into a family of wealth. Although she was orphaned at age nine, she continued to be raised as a child of privilege. By
How to Survive Your Trek Experience
Doing as the pioneers did—walking for miles, eating little, sacrificing worldly comforts (and cell phones)—may be a daunting task, but it can come with great rewards as you draw closer to your pioneer predecessors and the Lord. Follow these guidelines to make the experience as positive as possible.