AMERICAN GALLERY

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Greg Olsen (1958)

Posted by L. A. on December 25, 2013


O Jerusalem

O Jerusalem

Forgiven

Forgiven

The Master's Touch

The Master’s Touch

Heavenly Hands

Heavenly Hands

A Light To The Gentiles

A Light To The Gentiles

He Is Risen

He Is Risen

Song Of Praise

Song Of Praise

In Remembrance Of Me

In Remembrance Of Me

Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales

Gentle Healer

Gentle Healer

The Harvester

The Harvester

The Sower

The Sower

In The World, Not Of The World

In The World, Not Of The World

The Clockmaker

The Clockmaker

Worlds Without End

Worlds Without End

Summerhouse

Summerhouse

Don't Forget To Pray

Don’t Forget To Pray

Let Him In

Let Him In

The Messenger

The Messenger

No Greater Love

No Greater Love

After The Masquerade

After The Masquerade

King Of Kings

King Of Kings

Delicate Balance

Delicate Balance

White As Snow

White As Snow

Chief

Chief

Wherever He Leads Me

Wherever He Leads Me

Bedtime Stories

Bedtime Stories

I Feel My Savior's Love

I Feel My Savior’s Love

Awesome Wonder

Awesome Wonder

Walk With Me

Walk With Me

Sacred Grove

Sacred Grove

The Spirit Of Christmas

The Spirit Of Christmas

© Greg Olsen

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One Response to “Greg Olsen (1958)”

  1. What vile paintings, particularly of his so-called anglo version of what appears to be Jesus. The American Indian and the Jesus are are anglo-styled as to be just vile. The Jesus paintings don’t even make sense to me, their context is nonsense. While I find most paintings of Jesus to be hopeless, these are particularly bad. Mediocrity in the extreme side of mediocrity.

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