The exhibit was inspired by the 200th anniversary of Joseph Smith’s First Vision in 2020
After nearly three years, the Museum of Art’s “Rend the Heavens” exhibit is closing on May 14. With its insightful look into faith and communion with the divine through paintings, sculptures and other mediums, we will be sad to see this exhibit go. Don’t miss out on a chance to see it before it’s gone!
According to the MOA website, the “Rend the Heavens” exhibit “examines moments and means by which mankind is brought into the communion or recollection of the Divine and was inspired by the 200th anniversary of the First Vision of the Prophet Joseph Smith, in 2020.”
Artworks in the exhibition range from the 17th century to contemporary pieces, by such artists as Minerva Teichert, Maynard Dixon, C.C.A. Christensen, Dorothea Lange, Frans Schwartz, Norman Rockwell, Rembrandt and others.
Come see “Rend the Heavens” at the MOA before it closes on May 14!