This painting explores the depiction of architecture
and landscape using texture to imply hue and value.
The Salt Lake, Church of Latter-Day Saint Temple was
chosen as a subject for its detail and granite texture.
The style of the piece leans heavily towards an
impressionist style bringing the visual texture of the
medium into greater prominence. The foreground
bushes were more vaguely implied to draw the eye
of the viewer backward to the building in the center
of the piece from the external Sego Lily motif.
This painting was created with:
L.L. Bean catalogue
This piece has not been shown.