Ceramics

Storage Vessel

by Mary Martin

Stoneware

ceramic storage vessel

Ceramic

Vase

by Mary Martin

Stoneware

Ceramic vase

Ceramic

Pitcher

by Isac Salinas Ochoa

Cone 6 Clay

ceramic pitcher

Ceramic

Clay in Color at Collioure

by Whitney Carr

This piece is inspired by André Derain’s Mountains at Collioure. I was drawn to the vivid crayon-like colors. As I created the simple shape from clay and added the bright colors, I felt the child in me escape. This piece speaks to my happy childhood memories and honors the work of past artists.

Ceramic Jar

Ceramic

Vessel of Perception

by Avelyn Shaw

Our eyes see more than the physical world around us & contain an almost never-ending amount of symbolism. That knowledge combined with a descending, void-like form stimulates us to look into that void & ask ourselves an endless sea of questions about ourselves, our place in the world, & our unique purpose in this life.

abstract sculpture

Ceramic

Fallen Feathers

by Jessie Blanding

12"x12"x5" white ceramic bowl with black and gray marble designs. It also has black and gray feather designs on the inside. The bowl also has Mother of Pearl Luster throughout the design.

Ceramic bowl

Ceramic


Sculpture

Sojourning Berserker

by Avelyn Shaw

Seeing the small changes that have occurred within me as of late, I wanted to capture the new emotions and feelings that have emerged inside me due to my life becoming more complicated and overwhelming. I have kept some of my core aspects, but my mindset has changed and my soul soars in a new direction.

colorful figure-like sculpture

Sculpture

Dehumanized

by Briely Russ

Abstract sculpture of a person with feet wrapped in caution tape

Plaster

Sonder

by Aubrilyn Jenson

Noun. sonder (uncountable) (neologism) The profound feeling of realizing that everyone, including strangers passed in the street, has a life as complex as one's own, which they are constantly living despite one's personal lack of awareness of it.

String sculpture

String hung from wooden board

Coiffure

by Aubrilyn Jenson

Ceramic bust of a woman

Ceramic finished with Oil Paint

The Quaker in Repose

by Allie Eagar

Clay figure of a man holding his hat

Cast in Resin

Sculpture of a pod of whales

Happy Whale Pod Family

by Eli Robert Heindel

This is a piece compiled of 4 Fossilized Walrus Jawbone whales (3 adult and 1 Baby) mounted on an ancient piece of Fossilized Whale Skull that was collected and sold by native Alaskans from St. Lawrence Island. This piece was then secured by a Teak base. / “Whalebone and walrus jawbone are materials unique to Alaska that have been used for over 2,000 years by indigenous artists and craftsmen from the Northwest Alaska arctic coast. It has been deposited naturally for centuries along the seashore where it has become hardened and mineralized after being buried underground. Hundreds of thousands of years later, it can erode from the sea-cliffs or beaches, where natives gather it on their own private lands as raw materials for their carvings. Whalebone and walrus Jawbone carving or sculpture is a rarity and regional to the Northwest and the Arctic. It is rarely found anywhere else. The colors of the bone are natural and imparted to the bone over hundreds of years by the minerals in the soil. Non-native artists in Alaska can also use ancient or fossilized whalebone or walrus bone (as well as fossilized ivory) to produce artworks. Alaska is the only state where it is legal for this material to be worked and sold. These Alaskan artists study the shape of the bone before starting to carve, to get a feel for what animal or figure is best suited to that particular piece of bone.” / The wood, Teak, brings another special layer to this Marine themed piece, because Teak has been used by boat builders for over 2000 years. These pieces of fossilized whale and walrus jawbone were carved and assembled into The Happy Whale Pod Family by Alaskan artist Eli Heindel. He is the son and student of Artist, Mentor, and Master Carver Kent Heindel, E. Heindel was trained in this art form before and after he spent two years in Colorado and continues today. / This piece is Approx. 12""L x 12""W x 26 ""H. / Co., Russian, American. Whalebone and Walrus Jawbone Carvings. www.russianamericancompany.com/whalebone-and-walrus-jawbone-carvings.
Accessed 18 Feb. 2021.

Sculpture


Drawing

Navigating Negative Space

by Colter May

Pen drawing of a woman's face

Pen and Ink on Paper

The Ram

by MaKayla Erickson

Scratch art of a ram

Scratchboard

The Wolf

by MaKayla Erickson

scratchboard drawing of a wolf

Scratchboard

Thinking of You

by Jaci Zemenchik

Drawing of a smiling boy

Charcoal

Blue Octopus

by Alleya Lawrence

Drawing of a blue octopus

Colored Pencil

Soft Edges

by Denizli Jeronimo

Drawing of a boy

Drawing

Long Live the Wild

by Kelly Robison

Drawing of a cowboy riding a horse

Graphite

Lamanite Woman

by Jase Roberts

Portrait of a Lamanite woman from Book of Mormon times.

Drawing of a Lamanite woman

Drawing

Labor with Might

by Jase Roberts

Two men laboring with their might for their harvest.

Men stacking hay bales on a truck

Drawing

The Red Beauty

by Ashtyn Goree

A drawing of a woman

Colored Pencil

Howdy

by Abbey Butcher

Scratchboard drawing of a dog

Ampersand Scratchboard

La Mirada Examinada

by Rebeca R. Ozaeta

Drawing of a woman

Pen and Ink

Stone Lantern

by Josephine Piippo

Drawing of a stone lantern

Ink

On The Wall

by Levi Burnett

Drawing of Samual the Lamanite preaching on top of the wall.

Drawing


Painting

Life and Vice

by Jessica Sorensen

Painting of a scale with fruit on one end gold on the other and a scull on the table

Oil on Canvas

Ballerinas

by Francisco Fierro

A painting of little Ballerinas

Watercolor

Our Shared Symbol

by Colter May

The Piece is a symbolic portrait of our connection to Christ through the shared iconography we have with the savior in the symbolism of a lamb.

painting of a lamb

Oil on Panel

The Glimpse of Clarity

by Lexi Baldwin

This was done during my time in the Landscape Painting class.  We took trips to different landscapes to take photographs of the scenery around us and then would go back to class to paint them.  What I loved about this area were the trees and clouds.  It reminded me of home.  Being from North Carolina, we have trees everywhere you look.  However, here in Idaho, trees like this are sparce.  It gave me a glimpse of home, even though I am far from it.

Painting of landscape with clouds in the sky

Oil Painting

Reminisce

by MaKayla Erickson

Painting of a girl looking thoughtful

Oil

Mama Is My Sunshine

by Kelly Richardson

I painted my mother cause I love her so much. I think she sunshine of my soul. I want to capture how I feel about her in this painting which is loving, kind, and generous. 

A painting of a smiling woman with her hands on her cheeks.

Oil Painting

Centennial Granary

by Lydia Mueller

The rigid shapes and vertical composition are industrial in concept but the sunlight bouncing off the structure creates a beauty that feels almost natural. The bold lines and angels silhouetted against the sky hold their own with no organic subject to compete with, yet the shadows of the days end remind me that what overpowers all is not what man created but what is natural and eternal.

Painting of a grainery

Oil on Panel

Still-life with Lindor Chocolate

by Ashley Sholer

Painting of a wrapped Lindor Chocolate

Watercolor

Natures Candy

by Alleya Lawrence

Painting of a variety of fruit on a table.

Oil Paint

Euphoria

by Zachariah Power

Warm sand between your toes, a gentle breeze in the air, and the sound of water inviting you in.

Painting of an ocean coast.

Oil on panel

Joy Cometh in the Morning

by Rachel Ruebush

"...Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning" Psalms 30:5

Girl on her knees crying.

Oil on panel

The Art of Dying

by Grace Puente

A painting of a bird dying

Gouache and Ink

My Heart Broke for Them

by Lauryn Knight

Palestinian/Israeli flags with the word "Peace" in Arabic, English, and Hebrew.

Painting with a flag design and the word "peace" written in different languages

Acrylic on canvas

Even Roses Have Thorns

by Jane Finlayson

This was inspired by my love of flowers and all things macabre. The heart is bloodless, as if the roses are using the blood for sustenance. There is also a deeper meaning behind it, as implied by the title. Sometimes our trials in life may feel like they are draining us and piercing our hearts, but from those trials can bloom roses even more beautiful because of the struggles that nourish them.

A heart with roses growing out of it.

Oil

Old Building

by Natalie Campbell

painting of an old building

Watercolor

Koi Pond

by Jessica Beck

painting of Koi in a pond

Watercolor

Silent Hunter

by Cory Walker

An Allosaurus steals through a marshland in search of its next meal.

A painting of a Allosaurus swimming in a swamp

Acrylic on Illustration Board

Ophelia

by Jennifer Santos

A painting of Ophelia

Oil Paint

Autumn Still Life

by Elena Brown

A flower squach and pitcher

Oil Paint

Pioneers at Devil's Gate

by Jacob Shumway

Pioneers playing in a creak

Oil on Panel

Dandelions

by Lybee Bell

Two of my younger brothers went for a walk one day and came back with a collection of pictures they had taken. This painting is one of the moments they captured. I was inspired by the care my sweet brother was putting into making a wish.

A boy blowing on a dandelion

Watercolor and Mod Podge

A Study of Susquehanna River

by Abbey Butcher

Painting of the Susquehanna river

Oil on Panel

Longing

by Rachel Reynolds

A digital painting of a girl

Digital

Banana

by Alannah Dyer

Painting of an opened banana

Oil

Lovely No. 3

by Kaylee Ahrend

This piece represents love and freedom that can come when knowing one's self-worth. The bright colors symbolize livelihood and happiness. The free-flowing shapes give texture that represent a sky of colorful clouds and a precious geode at the same time. I wanted a sky and a gem to be represented because each of us is a beautiful creation that is admired and celebrated by the Creator Himself. 

Colorful abstract painting

Gouache on Watercolor paper

"Red Yellow Blue"

by Derek Arocho-Butko

colorful painting of a man

Acrylic

James River Turtles

by Tali Brinkerhoff

Red Eared Sliders basking on a log in the James River, Missouri.

Red Eared Sliders basking on a log in the James River, Missouri.

Watercolor

Brie

by Kara Sasaki

Painting of a girl

Oil Painting

Cold Sundae

by Olivia Tomlinson

A mash-up of a warm, light-hearted subject with a harsh cold shadow.

a bird eating the cherry off of a ice cream Sunday

Acrylic

Poised

by Brooke Ballard

Oil painting on gesso using the lift-out technique. Inspired by the work of sculptor Jorge Marin.

a human type figure with wings and a beak perched on a rock

Oil on Wood Panel

A Much Needed Break

by Shannon Hunt

During school, my favorite way to destress is to cook/bake my stress away after an especially long project.

A kitchen table with a bowl of fruit

Oils on Gessoed panel

Abstract Landscape No. 4

by Savanah Marutz

an abstract landscape painting

Oil Paint

He Is Coming

by Isai Garcia-Arriaga

Painting of a corridor

Oil

Not All Who Wander Are Lost

by Louisa Mae Hunter

11x14 framed

a painting of a grove of trees

Oil on Panel


Graphic Desing

Endowed

by Jase Roberts

Light and knowledge endowed upon a young woman.

image of a woman

Graphic Design

Take Flight

by Cannon Johnson

Sky with planet shapes and turtles flying

Graphic Design

Women in the Workforce

by Kailee Bringhurst

I created a set of patterns to help showcase professions that strong women have. These women can proudly wear their passion around their wrist or in their hair as a reminder that what they do makes a difference.

Dentist paterns

Pattern Design

planets patern

Pattern Design

Beauty and the Beast

by Lys Micaelle and Sully Guerrier

The original Beauty and Beast movie from 1946 has a different story line than the remakes from 1991 to 2017; They all have some sort of twist. Although, I found more interest in the 1946 version due to the poetic imagery, emotion, body language which is why I decide to recreate the poster base on my interpretation of the movie along with the actual size of the movie poster form that period. Desire, death, and beauty were the main theme I understood from the original in recreating the poster:

The lotus is a flower that has the ability to grow in mud. The Beast was the mud, yet Belle found beauty in him (the lotus) that changed how she saw him. Seeing that made me realize that there is a lotus in everyone. I always believed beauty is from the inside not the outside. Outer appearance is not and should not be a factor in defining someone. As hard as that is sometimes it's possible, finding the inner beauty is what we need most sometimes.

poster design for the 1940s Beauty and the Beast movie

Graphic Design


Illustration

Stay Home Guide, 2020

by Isabel Yue

Stay at home guid illustration

Illustration

The Peacock and the Crane

by Audrey Puente

Piece created for Aesop's fable The Peacock and the Crane. "The useful is of much more importance and value, than the ornamental."- Aesop

Peacock and crane illustration

Illustration

Upward Travel

by Audrey Puente

Kids climbing up a tower of luggage

Illustration

Lighthouse

by Mackenzie Mitchell

"For I Am A Lighthouse
I will keep looking,
For I am a lighthouse.
I will always see the good in everything,
For I am a lighthouse." 
- Wuji Jul 2012

a lighthouse in a glass globe.

Illustration

Come Wayward Souls

by AJ SmithSeung Hong

A piece of fanart for the TV series "Over the Garden Wall".

Illustration of a boy walking with a lantern and a pair of glowing eyes showing in the dark behind him

Illustration

The Opera Box

by Grace Puente

two figures in an opera box illustration

Illustration

Veo Veo...

by Denizli Jeronimo

Veo veo is the Spanish version of "I spy with my little eye..." In this illustration, there are 23 monkeys hidden in this colorful Mexican party.

Illustration of I Spy with my little eye

Illustration

Adeline in Analogous

by Kelly Robison

Illustration of Adeline in Analogous

Illustration

Cozy Night In

by Rylee Stanton

Illustration of a girl laying in a large armchair reading a book

Illustration

And They Were Married

by Eden Austin

An illuminated manuscript of the happiest day of my life.

Illustration of a storybook page with a man and woman hugging

Illustration

Canis Lupis

by Eden Austin

a storybook style illustration of a large Rat and a child

Illustration

Chungha

by Courtney von Savoye

a colorful illustration of a woman posing

Illustration

Joy

by Courtney von Savoye

Illustration of a woman looking through the circle created by her fingers

Illustration

Freefall

by Reese Taylor

Sky Raider in the moment of falling in a moment of serenity

Illustration of Sky Raider in a free fall

Illustration

Tree Fairy

by Seung Hong

Illustration of a tree fairy

Illustration

Evening Stroll

by Mackenzie Mitchell

a crocodile illustration

Illustration

Snow Day

by Rylee Stanton

Kids building a snowman

Illustration

The Mandalorian

by Jase Roberts

Pop culture character "Mando" stalking his next bounty.

Illustration of the Mandalorian

Illustration

Peace

by Jessica Hale

An illustration for a personal project with symbolism.

Illustration of someone calming a beast

Illustration

Deep Sea Ventures

by Seung Hong

A person holding a lantern on the sea

Illustration

Guppy, pg1

by Jessica Hale

A page for my personal comic, Guppy.

Illustration of an old western town from a storybook

Illustration

Souls Reunited

by Joseph Moffat-Peña

In the summer of 2018 I lost my dear Sister and Brother-in-law to a car accident. This tragedy caused me much grief and pain. I loved my Sister and Brother-in-law so much. How could a loving Heavenly Father take them away from my family? I searched long and hard for an answer to this question. Two years later, as I sat in the car one particularly emotional night, a song played on the radio; the chorus echoing my sister's final words... "I'm right here". At that moment, my soul was enlightened. I knew that even though my sister had physically left us, her spirit lived on. This piece represents the joyful moment when our souls will reunite in Heaven. I love the gospel of Jesus Christ, and the joy that it brings. To all who have lost loved ones, may this piece bring you the same comfort that it brought me in making it.

Illustration of two people holding hands ascending into light

Illustration

Backpacking Through the Woods

by Joseph Moffat-Peña

From a very young age, I was bitten by the wanderlust bug. I have always loved exploring and taking in every inch of nature that I possibly can. I decided to chronicle some of these fond memories of exploring the world in a book that mixes two of my favorite pass times... Photography and Illustration. This is the concept piece that started it all.

Illustration of a man hiking with his dog.

Illustration

I Can't Breathe

by Joseph Moffat-Peña

Among many other trials that the year 2020 brought us, was the unacceptable and unlawful death of George Floyd. This event brought to light much of the remaining systemic racism in America. I created this piece to show my support in the fight against racism. Floyd's final words echo the voices of so many American minorities facing immoral and illicit hate crimes today... "I Can't Breathe"(George Floyd).

Illustration of a man

Illustration


Photography

UFO

by Anna Chapman

A girl looking up

Inkjet print

Entangled

by Anna Chapman

a guy with string wrapped around his head

Inkjet print embroidery floss

Remus

by Madeleine Bressler

a dog's feet standing in dog food

Photography

Not Here

by Reese Evans

Not Here is taken on B&W film after a snowstorm in 2019.

No parking sign with snow pilled all around it.

B&W film

Insignificant

by Shennaya Kretschmer

up-close picture of the running water in a stream

Photograph

Starry Sky

by Haylee Jo Lau

Taken with a 35mm Film camera

stars in the sky

Gelatin Silver Print

Firewood

by Phoenix Hartley

fire wood

Photograph

Back in Time

by Brianna Ferguson

photo of an old building

Photograph

Home ‘N’ the Rock

by Emily Muñoz

A home built into a rock mountain

Photograph

Happy Hour

by Heather Gunn

Stacked glasses

Photograph

Welder

by Haylee Jo Lau

Taken with a Holga Camera

a man working with a welding forge

Photograph

Encounters

by Francisco Fierro

crowded street in a city

Photograph

Ageless Love

by Adam Jones

My grandparents have been married for 60 years. However, they still look at each other as if they were married just yesterday. They both inspire me individually and as a team.

an older couple sitting on a couch smiling at each other

Photograph

Soundtrack to My Life

by Adam Jones

This is an environmental self-portrait. I listen to music every day while I am doing almost anything. I believe a soundtrack to life adds a cinematic element to each memory we create. There are very few memories in my life that I don't associate with a song.

a guy laying on the floor looking up with headphones on

Photograph

Tetons

by Kennedy Evans

picture of the Tetons at sunrise

Photograph

10:03 AM

by Sierra Shepherd

Fence posts in a snowy field

Photograph

Ghost

by Heather Gunn

a person walking in the park with a sheet over them

Photograph

Dancing In Market Square

by Jennifer Harrison

Dancing like no one is watching comes naturally to a child. Traditional Poland music and bubbles fill the air while the sweet freedom to live in the moment swells within the soul.

people dancing in a town square

Photograph

Closer

by Reese Evans

Closer is a flower with several water droplets resting on the petals.

close up picture of a flower with water drops on it

Photograph

Walk

by Shennaya Kretschmer

looking down a snowy lane

Photograph

City of Rexburg

by Arianna Hosea

City life captured on July 11 in Rexburg, Idaho

picture of the night lights on a busy road

Photograph

Israeli Girl

by Sophia Rivera

Israeli girl wanders the streets of Jerusalem by herself

girl walking down a side street in an old part of a town

Photograph

Stone Hallways

by Sophia Rivera

Israeli girl walks up the stone hallway by herself

Looking down a large stone corridor

Photograph

Abandoned Hotel

by Katie Robertson

picture of an old closet

Grandeur

by Brooklyn Jarvis

Ansel Adams is one of my favorite photographers and has become one of the most influential artists for black and white photography of all time. I wanted to create something magnificent, inspired by his style of art. I also wanted to create a photograph that showed the beauty of the world that God created, and I feel that Grandeur has accomplished that.

Image of the Tetons

Photograph

Ruth

by Brooklyn Jarvis

The reason I titled this photograph "Ruth" is because I wanted to capture a portrait with emotion and one that would invoke a desire in the viewer to learn more about the subject's story. I used a name for the title because I feel the piece is much more human and relatable when the viewer has a name to put to the face.

a picture of Ruth

Photograph

Nature's Symmetry

by Brooklyn Jarvis

I think it is incredible the amount of detail that God puts into one, small flower. This flower, that I found while hiking, caught my attention because it was almost perfectly symmetrical, and that is something you don't see every day, especially in nature. I think it is interesting that every single flower that I found in the forest was unique. It reminded me of human beings. We are all beautiful and unique creations of a Heavenly Father who put so much effort into creating us — every detail is important to Him. 

Image of flowers

Photograph

Kanarraville in July

by Brooklyn Jarvis

I love the many different contrasts in this photo: the cool blue water complimented by the warm orange rock, the soft texture of the waterfall against the rough stones, and shadows and highlights working together to create a flowing, dream-like lighting for this slot canyon.

Water running in a canyon.

Photograph

Giants of Democracy

by Khris Miller

Image of Mount Rushmore, Tommy, Teddy, and Abe taken on Memorial Day 2020. f/11. 300.0mm 1/320sec. ISO 100. No Flash Image Taken 5.25.2020

Mount Rushmore

Photograph

World in a Cup

by Brock Smith

a mug with a mountain coming out of the top of it and moon and stars in the background.

Photograph

Oh the Places You Go

by Phoenix Hartley

This photo is done in the style of joiners. When I learned that joiner photos were based around photographing a subject from various perspectives and at various times, I thought about how that would apply to objects that are constantly moving throughout the day. This image is a result of that pondering and is a record of all the places my boots went in a day.

Feet standing on images of different places

Photograph

Wallis Moulton

by Phoenix Hartley

This photo is a part of a series I did of joiner portraits. The idea behind this series was to create portraits of an individual while also displaying places that are of some significance to the individual, helping the viewer to learn more about the individual. This photo is of a vocal performance student named Wallis Moulton who spends a lot of time at the Snow building.

Images of a guy that shape into a mountain

Photograph

October 25th

by Sierra Shepherd

Medium Format Black and White Film Photography

a person standing in nature

Photograph


Print Making

She- Creature Feature

by Avelyn Shaw

We all experience emotional highs and lows while exploring all aspects of life. In the English lexicon, there are only a few words that capture those emotions perfectly and are the only words that fit ideally. Throughout my life, these are some of the words I have impacted my emotional and spiritual mental space the most.

Cartoon design of a girl

Print

Aloha

by Kaitlyn Acosta

Originally I wanted the print, “Aloha” to capture Laka, the goddess of Hula.  After much contemplation, I decided to better understand the meaning of a word that means hello and goodbye. Aloha is an essence of being: love, peace, compassion, and a mutual understanding of respect. Aloha means living in harmony with the people and land around you with mercy, sympathy, grace, and kindness.

Hawaiian woman

Print

The crying wolf

by Denizli Jeronimo

howling wolf

Print Making

No Pride in the Valley of Rebar

by Logan Miller

Addiction is a pain that is hard to describe, but those afflicted can tell you that you feel trapped, unable no matter how hard you try to escape or even move. And the last thing you feel while stuck in that pain is joy in what you have done. You have no pride for where you are, even though you know you got yourself there.

abstract line art

Woodblock