Let the Mountains Shout for Joy!

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    Selections from the Sixth International Art Competition

    Following is art from Latter-day Saints in 11 different countries. Though the art represents a wide range of media and artistic styles, each reflects the artist’s interpretation of Latter-day Saint beliefs, history, or life.

    These works of art embody the same energy and joy in Christ and His eternal creations that we find expressed in Doctrine and Covenants 128:23: “Let the mountains shout for joy, and all ye valleys cry aloud; and all ye seas and dry lands tell the wonders of your Eternal King! … Let the woods and all the trees of the field praise the Lord; and ye solid rocks weep for joy! And let the sun, moon, and the morning stars sing together, and let all the sons of God shout for joy! And let the eternal creations declare his name forever and ever!”

    Elijah, Come

    Elijah, Come, by Lyuba Prusak (Czech Republic)


    Ordination, by Lawrence O. Ehigiator (Nigeria)

    Selecting Stone: The Brother of Jared,

    Selecting Stone: The Brother of Jared, by Nathan Florence (Utah)

    Tree of Life

    Tree of Life, by Mabel “Belle” Lara (Chile)

    A Promise Fulfilled

    A Promise Fulfilled, by Teodorico P. Cumagun Jr. (Philippines)

    Steadfast in Keeping the Commandments

    Steadfast in Keeping the Commandments, by Chin-Tai Cheng (Taiwan)

    Other Sheep I Have Not of This Fold

    Other Sheep I Have Not of This Fold, by José Riveros (Chile)

    Lehi’s Dream

    Lehi’s Dream, by Damaris Puga de Garcia (Guatemala)

    Our Divine Heritage

    Our Divine Heritage, by Maria Makarova (Russia)

    The Ascension of Isaiah

    The Ascension of Isaiah, by Wulf Barsch (Czech Republic)

    Armenian needle lace

    Armenian needle lace, by Melva Hindoian Emrazian (Armenia)

    Sing with Me

    Sing with Me, by Rei-Ying Chen (Taiwan)

    Let the Mountains Shout for Joy!

    Let the Mountains Shout for Joy! by Brent Laycock (Canada)


    Vision, by Valeriano Ugolini (Italy)

    Photography courtesy of the Museum of Church History and Art