Mark Latimore: Mormon Artist

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Mark Latimore Mormon Artist

Mark R. Latimore designs, creates, and develops art glass, or stained glass. He credits his wife for introducing him to glass art.

His work has been exhibited at Springville Art Museum and Thanksgiving Point. His art, often of LDS religious themes such as temples, has been displayed and sold at Deseret Book and the Lotus in Draper, Utah. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Latimore has created and gifted several of his pieces. For example, he created the Washington DC Temple in stained glass for the architect of that temple and a piece representing the St. George Temple for Elder Robert E. Wells and his wife, Helen. BYU Track coaches Scott Poole and Dick LeGras received Y designs in stained glass.

Latimore is also a crop specialist for Farm Bureau Insurance in Pocatello, Idaho.

Mark Latimore Mormon Artist
“Beheld a Tree”
Mark Latimore Mormon Artist