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>Bring museum quality art into your home or office decor with a canvas print that will never warp or sag. Each canvas print is 1.25” deep, with a hard, sealed finish back and pre-installed hanging hardware, so it’s designed to hang tough and is super easy to display. Add a frame to any canvas print for an eye-catching accent.</p>
Print your favorite art in vibrant colors and fine detail good enough for the Guggenheim. No matter if it's abstract art, classic art, or photography, we only use archival inks for spot-on color accuracy that won't fade over time. Featured art: #2608913
A hard, fully sealed backing saves your walls from staple scratches and keeps all the pesky dust out. Plus, our patented warp-resistant design produces the tightest corners possible with no bubbles or bumps for a clean, professional look.
Install your new abstract or classic art in 10 minutes or less with our pre-installed sawtooth hanging hardware and easy-to-manage lightweight design. Even though they're light, our rock-solid construction ensures they show up strong.
All of our canvas is artist-grade material wrapped around a strong, sturdy frame that will stay as taut and flat as the day it was made. Add a frame in contemporary and modern styles for the perfect finish for your decor.Places of Worship Scott Jarvie Photography Utah The LDS Temple Collection Logan Utah Temple