Enjoy Eric’s first Utah painting featuring the Lion House and Beehive House (Brigham Young’s historical residence). Brigham Street is now known as South Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Beehive house was once the Executive Mansion for the Territorial Governor and 2nd prophet of the LDS Church Brigham Young. It is easily recognized by the beehive that sits on top, which represents industry & unity, and later became Utah’s state symbol. The Beehive house also was once a women’s dormitory where art and needlework classes were held. The Lion House is easily recognised with the stone lion crouching on the front of the portico greeting each guest. Both homes were designed by Truman O Angell brother in law to Brigham Young and architect for the Salt Lake temple.