" I love his one titled "Campfire at Sunset" It's very pretty
and I love the connection made in that talk."Not to knock your
experience or the painting, but "Sunset" was painted by Elder Richard G.
Scott, not Pres. Eyring. Elder Gong brought it up during his talk when he
talked about his experience painting with Elder Scott some years ago.
"Sunset" is an oil, whereas Eyring's paintings are all watercolors.
I love this story! His watercolors are awesome. I didn't even know
President Eyring water colored until this past general conference. I love his
one titled "Campfire at Sunset" It's very pretty and I love the
connection made in that talk. Our faith in our Heavenly Father and in His Only
Begotten Son can be our campfire that keeps us warm and gives us light during
our dark nights. It reminds us that Christ is constant with us "through our
darkest hour, stronger than our weakness" as Jenny Phillips puts it in her
song "Blessed Be His Name" I am so grateful for our Savior!
this exhibit would be exciting to really see to be an artist and put your
thoughts down in print I do not have that gift of creation thank you President
iring we love you
That's beautiful! What an inspiring person.
President Eyring, you are an inspiration. I love the idea of a visual journal.
Water color is a challenging medium and President Eyring's work is really
These watercolors are simply beautiful and quite competently painted. I wonder
what sort of training in art Elder Eyring has? He's certainly very, very
talented. One would hope that some of these might be for sale . . . but
I'm guessing not.
These men are so blessed to receive so much support and love from the church
membership as they face the challenges of life.
This is a wonderful and inspiring thing. Dealing with the failing health of a
spouse with dignity is a challenge many of us face. Thanks for this.