*FRAME IS NOT INCLUDED*
The LDS Quotations store is now offering this beautiful, modern print of the Draper Temple.
This minimalist poster could serve as simple addition to your wall art collection, or the smallest size could be framed and placed on a shelf or a mantle. These posters also could serve as a reasonably priced gift for a friend, missionary, or a family member for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, a Birthday, Christmas, etc.
It’s our hope that this carefully designed posters offer some light and personality to your living room, dining room, entry way, home office, bedroom or wherever you choose to display them!
Prints come in three sizes:
– 8×12 (2:3 ratio)
– 16×24 (2:3 ratio)
– 24×36 (2:3 ratio)
Text in print:
“The Draper Temple was the 129th temple to be constructed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The third temple built in the Salt Lake Valley, the Draper Temple was announced by President Hinkley during the October Session of General Conference in 2004. Tucked near the mouth of Draper’s Corner Canyon, the idea behind construction was to alleviate the overcrowding in the Salt Lake and Jordan River Temples, which at the time stood as the only other temples in the valley. Builders of the temple were eager to tie the design of the temple to its surroundings. One of the more distinct details can be seen in the art-glass, which features a recurring design of sego lily — Utah’s state flower. Murals in ordinance rooms, competed by Utah artist Linda Curley Christensen and Colorado artist Keith Bondalso, also depict mountain scenes that reflect the temple’s backdrop. Upon completion, the Draper temple became the 12th operating temple in Utah. It boasts the largest sealing room in the state of Utah, seating up to 80 guests. The two-month open house attracted 684,721 visitors, making it one of the most widely attended temple open houses in the history of the Church. President Gordon B. Hinckley broke ground for the site on August 5, 2006. “It is a great tribute to our people,” he said. “They are so faithful in temple attendance and it is for this reason that we construct this beautiful house of the Lord.” President Thomas S. Monson ultimately dedicated the temple on March 22, 2009.”
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