She Will Find What Is Lost (35x28 Framed Print)

by Brian Kershisnik

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One of artist Brian Kershisnik's most talked about images is now available in this special frame and size and at an incredible price. (Special buy, while supplies last)

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Brian Kershisnik

Brian Kershisnik is an American painter. He studied art at the University of Utah, Brigham Young University, and the University of Texas at Austin. He started a studio in Kanosh, Utah, in 1991 and in 2006 he established another studio in Provo, Utah, where he currently lives with his wife, Faith, their dog, and thousands of bees. His notable works include a portrait of Leslie Norris, Nativity, and She Will Find What Was Lost.

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She Will Find What Is Lost
By , Submitted on 2015-05-29

This painting is a sermon without words! I bought it and knew it had to go to a special couple. She had traveled to many countries to gather her genealogy and ended up with 24,000 names. In China usually the genealogy is only passed on to the male line but she was able to gather it. My daughter knew how much I also loved the painting so she purchased it for my birthday after I had given mine away. I treasure it. The couple I gave mine to is taking their print to China with them as he was called to be the Mission Pres. in Hong Kong. It is truly a heart grabber.

Gorgeous piece
By , Submitted on 2015-05-13

This is a beautiful print - definitely worth the price. I've had it in my home for a while now, and the art is stunning. It's a really simple "folk" style of art, and I've never seen any other piece about family history like this one. The hues are beautiful and I love how the concept is portrayed. People always comment on it wanting to know what it is called and where they can find it. The frame that comes with it is beautiful too. I can't recommend this piece enough.

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