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Gently up the Stream by Linda Curley Christensen

Linda Curley Christensen
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Amulek's warning against procrastination is so perfect: Ye cannot say, when ye are brought to that awful crisis, that I will repent. - Alma 34:34

If life is compared to a river, it is easy to imagine floating with the current gently down the stream. But I have never found any good and worthwhile thing that came of its own accord, just the opposite, every worthy goal takes constant or at least gentle effort - there is nothing static in the universe after all. Fortunately the Lord does not require us to run faster than we have strength, (or row faster!). Amulek's warning against procrastination is so perfect — You cannot say, when ye are brought to that awful crisis, that I will repent… there is a point of no return in just about everything, and the waterfall reminds us that now is the time for us to labor.

About the Artist:

Linda Curley Christensen is a landscape artist, art teacher and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was born in Idaho in 1956 and reared in Salt Lake City, Utah, from the age of 10. She began painting when she was young. Christensen admired the devotion of the five art missionaries (including John Hafen) who were sent to Paris in 1890 to study art so that they would be prepared to paint murals in the Salt Lake Temple. She submitted a proposal to the leadership of the Church to serve as an art missionary painting murals for the temples. A few years later, she and several other artists were called and set apart as missionaries to produce murals for the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple. Her studio, the Prickly Rock Art Studio, served as a workshop for the missionaries. Christensen has paintings in over eighty temples. She also has five large pieces in the LDS Conference Center in Salt Lake City and a mural in the South visitors center Temple Square.Her murals can be found in many states. Her work is also in the Springville Museum of Art’s permanent collection. She has won many awards for her work, including the National Gertrude Folgerson National Art Award and Signature Status in Oil Painters of America. She is included in the list of Utah’s top 100 artists. In 2012, Utah Valley University awarded her an honorary doctorate degree of fine arts. Christensen and her husband, Greg, live in Wallsburg, Utah. Between them, they have twelve children. Prickly Rock Art Studio is also a farm, research lab, honey producer, and workshop.


About Altus Fine Art:

As individuals, we are all drawn, as Paul said, to seek after that which is pure, lovely, of good report, or praiseworthy. For the last 20 years, we at Altus Fine Art have been blessed to work with many artists who have bravely dedicated their talents to create artwork that lifts our hearts and souls and inspires us to live Christ-centered lives.

Our mission is to take this wonderful artwork and create affordable products for the average family or individual while still using quality materials and design. Our prices range from small prints that sell for less than a dollar up to large breathtaking masterpieces that sell for thousands of dollars and everything in between.

Altus Fine Art is a small company of individuals dedicated to making a difference in the world. We design, manufacture, and ship most of our products locally from our facility in American Fork, Utah. We welcome any feedback you have about our products or the way we do business. If any of our products have helped you in any way, we are grateful for the opportunity to serve.

Print Media

  • Print - Standard lithograph print, printed on heavy stock in large quantities.
  • Canvas - Giclee canvas printed on fine art archival canvas.  
  • Metal - Dye-sublimation printing on aluminum sheets, this print media produces rich colors and a modern feel.

Image Size

  • This measures the image inside of the frame or mat.  These numbers are rounded to the nearest 1/4"  Typically a frame or mat will cover up to 1/8" of an inch.  Because we print and frame many of our products directly, we try not to crop images to fit standard size frames if we are framing them.  If we are selling loose prints and canvases we work with the artist to make sure the crops are awesome.

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