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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Authentic Savior

By Kimberly Sears

“We are daughters of our Heavenly Parents, who love us, and we love them.” Those were the words that popped out of my mouth unrehearsed a few months ago while reciting the Young Women Theme, and I’ve said it that way ever since. I’m not trying to “steady the ark” or usurp authority over a …

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Stone and Sand

By Melonie Cannon

My husband thinks I am mad when he tries to pick up my luggage.  He moans and wonders what I’m bringing back from our vacation. “Have you got rocks in your suitcase?” he teasingly asks. “Yep,” I counter. “Rocks?” His eyebrows rise. “You literally are bringing rocks back from California? We have rocks in Utah.” …

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Tug of a Thread

By Anne Thomas

With you away, I’m learning the tug of a thread on a button— a button on a thread— the slow stretching tug that breaks down to hold together. I’m learning the endless water-scoured cycles of silverware and laundry, your years of it. Inside out right side in, knives sliding into slots and out, a whisper …

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Pass the Sugar

By Lauren Wake

My dad always knew how to find me. Be it nestled in the highest crook of the apple tree, wedged alongside the few strands of grass between the shed and the back fence, or shielded by five or six cardboard boxes of unused toys under my bed, no hiding spot was secure. This time I …

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