Expiación Infinita

by Muro, Stephania

Dated 2023

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Expiación Infinita

by Muro, Stephania

Artist Information

Name: Muro, Stephania

Location(s): United States

Gender: Female


Technique & Style

Abstract, Drawing





Additional Info


English major, BYU. Artist statement: "This is part of a collection named, No Me Olvides (Forget Me Not in Spanish) inspired from the passage in 1 Nephi 21:14-15, “For can a woman forget her sucking child, that she should not have compassion on the son of her womb? Yea, they may forget, yet will I not forget thee, O house of Israel.” In it is represented how the Lord is anxiously reminding us he does not forget us and is pleading us not to forget Him. With this instruction, the No Me Olvides series are born. Each piece comes from a specific verse in the Book of Mormon that highlights what we mustn’t forget about Him. This one comes from the everlasting truth the Atonement of Jesus Christ is infinite. This means the Atonement of Jesus Christ is for everyone! In Expiación Infinita (Infinite Atonement), a variety of lines are depicted to represent how different all the people are for whom the Savior gave His life. Christ is represented with the Forget Me Not flower repeatedly throughout the diversity of lines to stress He doesn’t leave anyone behind. He’s everywhere for everyone! All of us are gray to highlight we’re all the same to Him. He pleads, “Forget Not, you are mine.” Medium: black pen and colored pencils on paper"

Exhibition History:
  • Submitted to the 2023 BYU Book of Mormon Art Contest.