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Young Women Values - Virtue



Virtue

Virtue is the quality of purity. One is said to have virtue when they keep themselves clean and unspotted from sin. To remain virtuous in our modern world grows evermore difficult and increasingly requires a young woman to stand alone. But remaining virtuous is like a light shining in the darkness.

Speaking to His followers, the Savior taught, "Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid. Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick... Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." (Matthew 15:14-16)

Etched on the side of this lamp that lies hidden under a bushel basket are the seven continents reminding each of us that when we remain virtuous we truly are the "light of the world."

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Young Women Values (Flowers)



Teach the Young Women Values in your home. This image will inspire your daughters without them even knowing it.

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Young Women Values (Rocks)



Teach the Young Women Values in your home. This image will inspire your daughters without them even knowing it.

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Zach Angel



This is a commission for some friends, a portrait of their son who died in open heart surgery. He was born with some problems in his heart, and the surgery was meant to fix those problems. He was a very special boy, loved and remembered by many of those who came in contact with him.



To really customize the painting for my friends, I used the toys he played with as the subjects for the wallpaper background. Zach has a little sister who was the same age that he was when he died at the time I painted the portrait, so we dressed her in his sunday clothes and had her pose for the portrait. I then used pictures of Zach to paint him in her place.



After I finished the painting, I asked my friends if they felt like I had captured their son, to which they replied: "well, yes, except that during life he was sick so his skin tones never looked as rosy and alive as you have painted them". I took this as a compliment and thought it was a neat thing to be able to paint a healthy portrait of their son for them, a portrait of the way he looks now.

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