Minerva Teichert: A Mission in Paint
Produced by Peter N. Johnson, Nicholas J. Gasdik
Directed by Nicholas J. Gasdik
Screenplay by Tim Slover
Production Company: Brigham Young University Motion Picture Studio
Premiere Date: 1988
Length: 47 min.
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Significant Mormon Elements
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Subjects: painter; Minerva Teichert;
In New York, they called her one of the most gifted artists of her generation. In Chicago, they said her drawing was second to none. In Cokeville, Wyoming, they said she had a way with cattle.
As a painter, rancher, wife and mother, Minerva Teichert skillfully blended artistic and family life. To her, painting was a mission--a divine call to tell the story of her people, the Mormons. This documentary tells her story through her own words and the memories of those closest to her.
"A production of the BYU Motion Picture Studio in association with the College of Fine Arts and Communications, Brigham Young University." -- container.
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HBLL Call No: VCMM 23, VC 9125
Medium: col. with b&w sequences
Film Editor: Peter G. Czerny
Distributor: Public Broadcasting System (PBS)
Total Queries: 16. Total Execution Time: 0.016 sec.
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