Devan Jensen, executive editor at BYU’s Religious Studies Center, joins Book of Mormon Art Catalog director Jenny Champoux to discuss the “Lehi’s Family Leaving Jerusalem” panel from C. C. A. Christensen’s “Huntington Panorama.” This episode complements week 2 (1 Nephi 1-5) of the 2024 “Come, Follow Me” Book of Mormon curriculum.
The “Come Follow Up” series on BYUtv features the Book of Mormon Art Catalog this week! In the second half of the episode Jenny Champoux talks about the project and shares a couple artworks from the catalog. Also joining are scholars Melissa Inouye and Jason Olson, and host Ben Lomu. Watch it now on the
Scripture Central put together a video highlighting submissions to their Book of Mormon art contest over the past few years. Check it out to see some of these creative and beautiful works. We’ve added these artworks to the Book of Mormon Art Catalog where you can find more information about them, including links back to
We felt it important to add a statement on race in Book of Mormon art. You can find it under the “About” tab on our website. Written by Meagan Anderson (doctoral student at the University of Oklahoma), Emma Belnap (catalog research assistant), and Jennifer Champoux (catalog director), it reads: The Book of Mormon teaches that
The Book of Mormon Art Catalog is one year old and growing! We’re still adding hundreds of new artworks every month. Here are a few facts to celebrate our first year… 3,972 Artworks in the Book of Mormon Art Catalog 704 Artists in the Book of Mormon Art Catalog 54 Nations represented in the Book
Today we celebrate 200 years since the angel Moroni appeared to Joseph Smith, ushering in the Restoration and the translation of the Book of Mormon. This 1910s crayon and conte drawing by Utah portrait artist Lee Greene Richards is one of the very earliest depictions of Moroni as an angel.
“The people gathered themselves together throughout all the land, that they might go up to the temple to hear the words which king Benjamin should speak unto them” (Mosiah 2:1). Gathering with family and friends to listen to the prophet is a long-standing tradition. In this painting by Gary L. Kapp, families in ancient America
In honor of International Women’s Day we’re sharing some of the stunning images of women in the Book of Mormon Art Catalog… Brent Borup, “Abish” Abish Rose Datoc Dall, “Sariah in the Wilderness” Sariah in the Wilderness J. Kirk Richards, “Our Women Were Strong” Our Women Were Strong Minerva Teichert, “Morianton’s Maidservant” Morianton’s Maidservant Walter
Celebrating Black History Month at the Book of Mormon Art Catalog! (Title graphic by Elizabeth Finlayson) Rose Datoc Dall, “White Apple Gatherer” White Apple Gatherer Stephanie Kay Northrup, “Alma Comforts Amulek in His Afflictions 2” Alma Comforts Amulek in His Afflictions 2 Joseph Banda, “Hold to the Rod” Hold to the Rod Courtney von Savoye,