What counts as art is an interesting question. We have a bias toward thinking of art in terms of oil paintings, bronze statues, or marble carvings. One of the unfortunate effects of this bias is that it makes much of the art done by women invisibile. You’ll note that most of the work done in those mediums has been done by men. However, if we expand our sense of what constitutes art, there are mediums where women clearly dominate. Consider quilting.
This quilt is by Jodi Warner and was submitted in one of the international art competitions sponsored by the Church. If you look at it closely you can find 24 different stories from the Book of Mormon. In actual life, the quilt is quite large and the level of detail and quality of workmanship is really superb. As Adam has pointed out the tree of life is increasingly showing up as a Mormon icon. One of the fun things about the tree of life image is that it can be shown in lots of different mediums and lots of different styles, as this quilt demonstrates.