Liz Lemon Swindle

Liz Lemon Swindle began her painting career in first grade. Her first exhibitions were on the refrigerator, encouraged by her father. In the early 1980s she tutored under renowned wildlife artist, Nancy Glazier. In 1992, Liz began painting a subject matter she had long desired to approach: her faith. Her paintings are now held in corporate and private collections around the world and have been published in countless magazines and books. Liz and her husband Jon have five children and eighteen grandchildren.

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Follow Me Original Oil On Canvas 34 X 22

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For of Such Is The Kingdom Of Heaven

Whenever I begin a painting, I start with a study of that painting as a sketch. This was the study for "For Such is the Kingom of Heaven."
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For Unto You Book, Luke 2

Traditionally the story of Christmas found in Luke Chapter Two is read in most homes at Christmas time. Enjoy the reading with the beautifully illustrated images of Liz Lemon Swindle this Christmas!

Forget Me Not

Forget not to be patient with yourself:
“Dear sisters, many of you are endlessly compassionate and patient with the weaknesses of others,” he added. “Please remember also to be compassionate and patient with yourself.”

Forget not the difference between a good sacrifice and a foolish sacrifice:
“Dedicating some of our time to studying the scriptures or preparing to teach a lesson is a good sacrifice. Spending many hours stitching the title of the lesson into homemade potholders for each member of your class may not be.”

Forget not to be happy now:
“The lesson here, is that if we spend our days waiting for fabulous roses, we could miss the beauty and wonder of the tiny forget-me-nots that are all around us.”

Forget not the “why” of the gospel:
“We sometimes see the gospel as a long list of tasks that we must add to our already impossibly long “to do” lists. We focus on what the Lord wants us to do and how we might do it, but we sometimes forget why.”

Forget not that the Lord loves you:
“Just think of it: You are known and remembered by the most majestic, powerful, and glorious being in the universe! You are loved by the King of infinite space and everlasting time. You may at times feel a little like the forget-me-not—insignificant, small, or tiny in comparison with others,” he said, noting: “I hope (the forget-me-not) will be a symbol of the little things that make your lives joyful and sweet.” — President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
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Forgive Me Joseph

Our spouses can bring us more joy and strength than any other relationship on earth. I think this was the case with Joseph and Emma. They were driven from town to town, rarely had a home of their own, and suffered mercilessly at the hands of mobs and devils, many times left with little else but each other.

After the death of Joseph, the Saints began to prepare for the trek west. Over the coming years as the saints came through Nauvoo, I could imagine Emma going to the bank of the river and watching them cross.

I can see her watching the endless wagon trains and handcarts bound for the city and faith that Joseph founded. Knowing she was not going west, I can imagine her whispering as she watched them disappear, "Forgive Me, Joseph."
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"Print Only" canvases will come with two inch borders and will most likely be shipped in a tube.

Gethsemane Sketch

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Go With Me To Cumorah

In the spring of 1820, Joseph walked from his parent’s home to a grove of trees to pray. His humble prayer brought an appearance of the Father and Son and started a new dispensation of truth.

In 1831, the persecutions of the Saints in Palmyra had just begun. Joseph knew the persecution would only increase; so with sadness in his heart they prepared to leave for Kirtland, Ohio.

I thought about the times I have moved. The quiet moments when you pause to remember as you pack something. The last look back as you pull away.

I could see Joseph pausing to look at the grove one last time. Remembering the moment when it all began.
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