Richard G. Oman's enthusiasm for and understanding of Arnold Friberg's now-iconic Book of Mormon paintings makes him the perfect person to walk us through these larger-than-life images most of us have grown up with. They are now on permanent display in the LDS Church Conference Center in Salt Lake City, meaning you can see them for free year 'round and even line up your own little stripling warriors for a photo op in front of Captain Moroni — at least that's what one family was doing the morning I visited the gallery.

via Cricket & Seagull: Arnold Friberg's Book of Mormon painting legacy | Mormon Times.

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