The shared faith of Latter-day Saints worldwide is reflected in art on Book of Mormon topics in the Church’s Fifth International Art Competition.
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Lehi’s vision of the tree of life, Helaman with his 2,000 stripling warriors, and Moroni’s travels in the wilderness are among the topics represented in the more than 400 works of art from 38 countries submitted to the Fifth International Art Competition sponsored by the Museum of Church History and Art. Latter-day Saint artists varying in age from 15 to 98 entered works focusing on the theme of Book of Mormon history and messages. Jurors selected 135 works, which are on display in the museum until 4 September 2000.
The following pages, including this issue’s covers—both outside and inside—show artwork submitted to the competition.