Category Archives: Art

The Proclamation and The Living Christ

Bring the words of the prophets into your home with the¬†Family Proclamation and Living Christ engraved in wood. 11×15 $60. 14×20 $110

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Letterpress Art

We’re so pleased to introduce letterpress designs by Athenaeum Press to our store. These three designs are full of meaningful symbols, to say nothing of the important words they contain! Each is pressed on 16×20 Crane Lettra paper. $60 each

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Easter Artwork

Easter comes early this year. Find meaningful artwork to bring the peace and hope of the season into your home. Call the store to order or to request more information. From left to right, row by row: “Gethsemane Prayer Garden” … Continue reading

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True Love

During the 17 years of their marriage, Joseph and Emma Smith endured many hardships. Joseph traveled extensively for the Church and was often obliged to find safety among friends to avoid angry mobs or numerous legal harassments. While he was … Continue reading

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My Own Sacred Grove

This is a brand new piece of art that we carry here at Zions Mercantile. It is by Oliver Johnson. I fell in love with it the first time I saw it. The interesting thing is that I never noticed … Continue reading

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The Last Address

Author Philip M. Flammer wrote the following: The Illinois legislative act of December 1840 that incorporated the city of Nauvoo also authorized creation of a military body or militia that came to be known as the Nauvoo Legion. Perhaps influenced … Continue reading

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Eliza R. Snow Poet

Did you know that Eliza R. Snow wrote poetry from a young age, one time even writing school lessons in rhyme. Between 1826 and 1832 she published more than 20 poems in local newspapers, including the Ravenna, Ohio Western Courier … Continue reading

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