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Sue Bergin – A Natural Artist…and so much more

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

I first met Sue Bergin in November 2016 during an extremely difficult time. My father-in-law Edward L. Kimball was in his final days, and Sue arrived to provide medicine and hospice care at his home in Provo, UT. Her cheerful demeanor, skill and confidence, and her recognition and affirmation of Edward’s Life-Well-Lived was both consolation …

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Art from Segullah Staff

By Lara Niedermeyer

Many of our Segullah sisters are multi-artistically-talented. Whether they embrace more than one literary genre, produce stunning visual art in both 2D and 3D mediums, or are creators in both the written and fine art worlds—this artistry is an asset and a joy to our organization. In this special staff edition of the journal, we …

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Tasmanian Artist Alyce Bailey: “All God’s Critters…”

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

In late March I saw the glorious LDS International Art Competition in the Church’s Museum of History and Art in Salt Lake City, UT. It was and is splendid, diverse, and breathtaking. As the Church’s website explains: This year’s competition invites viewers to explore the powerful gospel message that “all are alike unto God” (Book …

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Maryna Lukach – Textile Artist and Sister Saint in Kyiv, Ukraine

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

Maryna Lukach: Textile Artist and Sister Saint in Kyiv, Ukraine interviewed via internet by Linda Hoffman Kimball, Segullah Art Director Segullah: I believe God guided me to you and your fabulous artwork, Maryna. Besides rejoicing in your bountiful talents, we also pray for you and your fellow Ukrainian citizens that this war will end soon …

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Preface to our 2022 Spring Journal Artist Interview

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

  I’m going to call it a miracle. It was time for me to contact an artist to interview for the Segullah Journal artist’s profile. This was in late Feburary 2022 when Putin had just bombed Ukraine. I was gripped with anxiety, outrage, and a sense of impotence. What could I do to aid a …

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Honoring the “Certain Women Art Show” Segullah Winners

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

Honoring  the 2021 “Certain Women Art Show” Segullah Winners Brittany Soucy, Elizabeth Crowe, and Kirsten K. Campbell   Segullah is thrilled to announce the recipients of the 2021 Segullah honor awards to three artists whose work was displayed in this year’s “Certain Women Art Show.” As in 2019, Latter-day Saint women artists were invited to …

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How to Make a Bronze Sculpture

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

How to Make a Bronze Sculpture in Nine (Easy?) Steps according to Annette Everett, sculptor and featured Segullah artist   Draw a concept idea and gather research like crazy, perfect the composition and measurements.   Build armature to specific size and design because clay does not hold itself up.  Armature is made on a wood platform, …

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Interview with Award Winning Sculptor Annette Everett

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

Segullah: We’re are excited to have you – a gifted sculptor – as our featured artist this season, Annette. Tell us a little about growing up and the places you have called “home”. Annette: I was raised in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains just outside of Spokane, Washington. After college and marriage, my husband was in …

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Rebecca Klundt’s Artist’s Statement

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

I am a native of Salt Lake City where I live with my husband Kevin. In 2012 I went back to finish the degree I began 20 years ago at Brigham Young University, and graduated in August 2014. My art is a product of 3 characteristics of my personality that drive me. First is my …

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Artist Rebecca Klundt: From Bits to Beauty

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

We at Segullah are thrilled to highlight in this 2021 Autumn Journal the creative genius and resourceful talents of Rebecca Klundt. You can see the thrill in Rebecca (Becky) Klundt’s face when she’s poking around in dumpsters. At one bin outside a furniture construction factory, her eyes twinkle as she yanks planks, boards, and curved …

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