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I am at the Lehi, Utah Costco today holding a framed print.
|This is an ad that ran in LDS Living magazine. |
A few months ago I was asked by Amalphi Arts to do a tulip painting that could represent the 8 values taught in my church to the young women. The 8 values each have their own color and they are faith (white), divine nature (blue), individual worth (red), knowledge (green), choice & accountability (orange), good works (yellow), integrity (purple) and virtue (gold).
My favorite thing about this painting is how it represents 8 timeless values that are worth having no matter your gender or religious preference. Our communities would improve if we had more exercised faith, more belief in our divine nature, more realization of our individual worth, more pursuits of knowledge and education, more acceptance of accountability for our actions, more people engaged in good works, more use of integrity, and more examples of virtue.
I am happy to offer this print and know it will be a positive influence in your girl's life. Thank you to Dallan, Melanie and Brian and more behind the scenes at Amalphi Arts for making this happen.