Lee Udall Bennion: A Quiet Interview

Lee Udall Bennion, a Utah artist, tells about her life and art. She and her husband settled in Spring City, Utah, and developed their artistic skills there. Bennion paints people, landscapes, and objects with feeling and warmth. She tells of the symbols in her art, such as geraniums representing mortal life and lilies representing the divine. The article includes eight full-color paintings; her art also appears on the front and back cover of this issue.

Published in BYU Studies Quarterly 36:2
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