Mormon studies, book notice, Book of Moses
Since Linda Etherington graduated from BYU in 1991, her paintings have been exhibited in numerous local and international shows in places such as New York, California, Virginia, Utah, Idaho, Washington, and Mississippi. Her work is also in the permanent collection of Brigham Young University Museum of Art and the Springville Museum of Art.
In 2008, at the invitation of the Mormon Artists Group, she began a project of creating thirteen large-scale paintings to illustrate the Book of Moses. The process of painting required two years and reflects Etherington's point of view that this book of scripture is about extended family. Etherington creates a series of vibrant, colorful works that concentrate on the relationships of people, one to another, often in family groupings--the artist is a mother of seven daughters and brings her firsthand experience to highlight the beauty of domestic life.
Etherington, Linda and Nelson, Glen
"The Book of Moses,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 50:
4, Article 12.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byusq/vol50/iss4/12