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Y Magazine Podcast: 'Artful Parenting: How to Make Creativity Part of Your Family Culture'

Featuring artist Paige Crosland Anderson

An abstract painted triptych featuring patterns of shapes in blues, whites, greens, golds, and reds
Paige C. Anderson, 'Again, Glorified (Atonement Triptych),' 2019, 77 ½ x 36 ½, 100 ⅜ x 48 ⅜, and 77 ½ x 36 ½ inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, purchased with funds provided by Joyce Martin Hill and George Hill, 2024.

In a recent episode of the Y Magazine podcast, host Whitney Singley Archibald (BA ’01) spoke with artist Paige Crosland Anderson, whose triptych Again, Glorified was recently added to the MOA collection, about how her abstract approach to understanding the atonement of Jesus Christ and our divine creativity weaves itself through her art.

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