Mormon studies, Lee Udall Bennion, interview
Typical of the way artist Lee Bennion interweaves her family life and her work are the setting and events of the morning of this interview. When I arrived at her Spring City, Utah, home on September 23, 1996, Lee was canning tomatoes from her garden. She seated me at her dining room table for the interview, but her husband, Joe, came in to eat, and Adah, her youngest daughter, asked to have her hair braided. Unflustered by the interruptions, Lee simply offered me a slice of homemade bread and met her family's needs before returning to the business of the interview.
Dant, Doris R.
"Lee Udall Bennion: A Quiet Interview,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 36:
2, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byusq/vol36/iss2/6