As faithful members of the Church, we strive to maintain the spirit of Christ in our homes. We adorn the walls of our homes with art and decor that reflects who we are and what we believe.
We have compiled 15 of our favorite Christ-centered pieces of artwork that will beautify your home and invite the reverent spirit of the Savior.
(33x28 Framed Art)
"In creating this new painting, The Lamb of God, I revisited an idea I had nearly 30 years ago. The result of that idea was one of my favorite pieces, entitled The Gentle Healer." -Greg Olsen
(26x15 Framed Canvas)
"Men of Galilee came about with the idea that in this world, where we have so few honorable male role models, the supreme example of true manhood will always be there for our sons, grandsons, nephews, and brothers." — Simon Dewey
(19x25 Framed Art)
Along the path of life, the Savior is there, watching over us and caring for us individually. "He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness."
— Psalms 23:2
(27x40 Framed Art)
"The spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life." — John 8:12
(16x22 Framed Print)
Through the Savior, our lives can be made complete. In our greatest moments of joy and rejoicing, and in our deepest moments of tragedy and despair, we can take comfort in the fact that His love for us is everlasting, and that we, God’s children, are in His constant care.
(22x26 Framed Print)
“Who has not at one time or another, laid under a clear night sky and marveled at the wonders of creation? There is something about the incredible vastness of the heavens that makes us feel both insignificant and yet somehow connected intimately with the infinite." — Greg Olsen
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(17x20 Framed Canvas)
There are many beautiful representations of Christ the Savior as our light, but the simple and poignant symbol of Him leading us down the darkened and narrow path of life is one that I have often drawn comfort from.
(26x33 Framed Art)
Just as the Savior looked down upon the traveling pilgrims entering Jerusalem, He watches still from yet a higher vantage point, ready to extend His protective wing to all who seek Him.
(20x17 Framed Art)
"The example we set may be the only gospel message that some people ever receive. When we think of our example to others in those terms, we can see why the Savior associated light with this principle." — Simon Dewey
(28x34 Framed Canvas)
"I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine. As the Father knoweth me, even so know I the Father: and I lay down my life for the sheep." — John 10:14-15
(22x26 Framed Print)
"Take my hand and follow me, there are things ahead for you to see.
Little wonders are all around, and tender mercies to be found.
We’ll take our time, no need to run, breathe deep the air and feel the sun.
The grass is soft beneath our feet, sounds are soothing, the air is sweet.
Sometimes we’ll stop and just be still, our hearts will tell us God is real!
Small graces along our path appear, they let us know that Heaven’s near.
So take my hand anew each day, the walk is lovely and I know the way."
— Greg Olsen
The little boy is dressed in the style of clothing that we wear today, reminding us that Christ administers to us today just as He did in times of old.
(22x25 Framed Art)
This image reminds us that although hardship is part of life, Christ, through His Atonement will be there to clear the path back to the light. Canvas Giclee.
(20x32 Framed Art)
"Jesus said unto him, If thou wilt be perfect, go and sell that thou hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come and follow me." —Matthew 19:21
(17x28 Framed Print)
The Savior stands as a shining beacon of hope. As we look to Him, the darkness that clouds our minds is shattered. He is the ultimate example of what we can become through our faith.
(12x14 Framed Print)
"And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth." —Matthew 19:21