Art and Rural Utah


A painting of the LDS temple in Laie, Oahu, Hawai’i, by LeConte Stewart, who created some of the temple’s interior murals


My wife and I have a special fondness for the paintings and sketches of LeConte Stewart.  (For what little it’s worth, there are some of them scattered across our extended family, and my wife used to babysit for his son when she was growing up in Colorado.)


LeConte Stewart was focused, especially, on capturing the unromanticized landscape (human as well as natural) of rural Utah.  If you click on this link, you’ll get an idea of his work:


LeConte Stewart



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