Joseph Franklin Brickey (given birth to 1973) is a Latter-day Saint (Mormon) designer who paints largely photos predicated on the Bible. Others of his functions result from accounts within the Publication of Mormon or the life span of Joseph Smith. Brickey was created in St. George, Utah. An associate of The Chapel of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Cathedral), he offered an LDS objective in Brazil Salvador Objective and studied chemical substance anatomist at Brigham Youthful University (BYU). Nevertheless he discovered he much chosen to become an musician than to become an engineer. He turned majors after coming back from his objective. Functions by Brickey are on the wall space from the Campinas Brazil Temple and he do six murals for the Copenhagen Denmark Temple. We were holding made by him while portion as an LDS Cathedral service artwork missionary. The Springville Art Museum includes a painting of Sampson by Brickey in its collection. He in addition has served being a juror for the Springville Artwork Museum teen artwork competition. Brickey’s “They DIDN’T Question” won the Guests’ Choice Prize in this year’s 2009 International Artwork Competition from the Cathedral of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
^ Springville Artwork Museum acquisition list Archived 2010-01-22 on the Wayback Machine. ^ Deseret Information March 11, 2007 ^ Mormon Moments, Sep. 29, 2009