This classic image of Logan during the summer is a popular piece in Eric's Utah series. Nestled in gorgeous Cache Valley, Logan is famous for the magnificent architecture of Utah State University's Old Main, the LDS Temple, and the historical LDS Tabernacle.
Enjoy the serenity of the soft, warm tones in the painting of this most famous and recognizable landmark, the Salt Lake City Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Even though this temple was the first that the Mormon Pioneers started, it became the 4th to be finished, taking over 40 years to build, requiring much hard work and sacrifice.
Over the last 15 years, the Provo/Orem metro area has been regularly named among the top 10 places to live in America. It's no wonder with it's breathtaking scenery, small town feel, and BYU sports legacy. This painting captures the architecture of early pioneer homes and buildings, along with BYU campus and beautiful rocky mountains on the Wasatch Front.
Here it is, Utah Football fans! This is the definitive painting of Utah in action on their home turf of Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah against their in-state rivals from that school down South. Be a part of the action with a giclée canvas reprint of this painting or enjoy hours of fun with a puzzle. Go Utes!
Ogden is Utah's railroad town. It operated both a north-south and east-west hub, soon becoming known as the "crossroads of the west". The city is also known for its strong military presence; Hill Air Force Base, the Army Defense Depot, and the Clearfield Navel Supply Center add a mighty boost to the local economy. In addition, this bustling city is proud to be home to Weber State University.
The fun and excitement of the rodeo is alive and well in this fun scene from small-town America, where cowboys, clowns, kids and rodeo queens line the ring to cheer for the riders. Each person in the stands is unique, with a story all their own. Do your own "people watching" with a colorful re-print of this fun artwork or enjoy it in a puzzle!