Joseph Franklin Brickey (born 1973) is a Latter-day Saint (Mormon) artist who paints largely pictures based on the Bible. Others of his works come from accounts found in the Book of Mormon or the life of Joseph Smith.
Brickey was born in St. George, Utah. A member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), he served an LDS mission in Brazil Salvador Mission and studied chemical engineering at Brigham Young University (BYU). However he found he much preferred to be an artist than to be an engineer. He switched majors after returning from his mission. Works by Brickey are on the walls of the Campinas Brazil Temple and the annex of the Salt Lake Temple, and he did six murals for the Copenhagen Denmark Temple. These were produced by him while serving as an LDS Church service art missionary.
Brickey's "They Did Not Doubt" won the Visitors' Choice Award in the 2009 International Art Competition of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
- Brickey's website
- collection of art by Brickey
- Meridian Magazine interview with Brickey
- Church News, June 8, 2002.[full citation needed]
- Brownstone Art publishing blurb on Brickey
- Sweetwater Rescue blurb on Brickley
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