Draw Your Way Through the Book of Mormon
Everyone can be an illustrator with well-known artist Annie Poon in Draw Your Way through the Book of Mormon, an innovative art adventure for people of all ages who want to delve into the Book of Mormon as they never have before. Featuring engaging illustrations, ideas, and step-by-step instructions, this doodle book invites budding artists to bring scriptural scenes to life with no limit on what can be imagined!
What do you think the Liahona looked like? Draw it!
Draw yourself sneaking past the sleeping Lamanite guards.
Captain Moroni carried the title of liberty into battle draw what you would fight for.
Packed with dozens of creative prompts, this delightful activity book will provide hours of entertainment and thought, offering students of the gospel an opportunity to express their personal impressions of the Book of Mormon through art.
About the Author
Annie Poon is a multimedia artist from New Canaan, Connecticut. She is the middle child of a large Mormon family of eleven and has a twin sister. Annie's biggest artistic influence was her mother Barbara who would take her out of elementary school to explore the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Annie graduated from Highland Park High School and went on to earn a BFA in drawing and painting from the School of Visual Arts in New York. She has created over 30 short animations in addition to painting, prints, sculpture and music. Poon's work often addresses her childhood pastimes and mental illness- in particular her diagnosis of Schizoaffective disorder. Most recently, she has illustrated the entire New Testament chapter by chapter.
Career highlights include: The Paris Shorts Film Festival, On Art in Poland, Mormon Artist Group, The Museum of Modern Art, The National Gallery, Writ and Vision, MIT, The Museum of Art and Design, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, PBS, CBS, The New Museum, Nickelodeon, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, The LDS Film Festival, The Brooklyn Museum, The Utah Biennial, Brigham Young University, Bonneville Communications, The Madison Square Park Conservancy, Cornell University, and Pfizer.
My animations are in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, The BYU MOA, The Springville Museum of Art, The Harold B Lee Archives, the LDS church history museum, The Chris and Janae Baird Collection, and The Glen and Marcia Nelson Collection.