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Logan Utah Temple, Blue Skies Above, Logan, Utah

Item # 2488938

Scott Jarvie

<p>Scott Jarvie grew up in the San Diego area and loves to travel with his camera by his side. His collection of photographs include Mormon Temples, each one lovingly captured during his excursions around the United States.</p>

<p>The Logan Utah Temple is the second operating temple and has been dedicated three times: in May 1877 by Orson Pratt, in 1884 by John Taylor, and in 1979 by Spencer Kimball. The temple campus takes up an entire city block with it's nearly 120,000 square footage temple, as well as stunning gardens and fountains. It was built entirely by volunteer labor during the 1800s and has since been renovated and restored to ensure it lasts for many years to come.</p>

Elevate any room with our handcrafted stretched canvas gallery wraps. Printed with archival inks and wrapped around a 1.25” inch solid wood stretcher bar, our giclée big canvas art prints are a timeless option for any décor style or space.

Long-Lasting Color and Detail

<p>Our giclée canvas art prints are produced with high quality, UV-resistant, environmentally-friendly, latex inks and artist grade, polycotton canvas. We pride ourselves on color accuracy and image clarity to ensure your new canvas wall art lasts for years to come.</p>

Handcrafted Gallery Wraps

<p>Assembled in the USA, each of our 1.25” inch gallery wrapped canvas art prints is stretched and stapled by our highly skilled craftspeople. Each canvas print is carefully handcrafted to ensure taut canvas wraps and clean corners for outstanding quality and durability.</p>

Easy to Install

<p>Our handcrafted stretched canvas prints include sawtooth hangers for an easy and secure installation.</p>

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