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.
Positioned on my bedroom wall, just above my bed, is a beautiful painting of the Sacred Grove. At the bottom of the painting, a caption reads, "Be still, and know that I am God. - Psalms 46:10" For me, this painting serves as a reminder of the divine influence the Creator has in my life.
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.
Lead, Kindly Light (26x43 Framed Giclee 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." — Simon Dewey
Christ Portrait (16x22 Framed Art)
President Monson has this print hung in his office. He said about the painting, "Whenever I have a difficult decision to make, I have looked at that picture and asked myself, 'What would He do?' Then I try to do it. We can never go wrong when we choose to follow the Savior."
Dear to the Heart (26x16 Framed Canvas)
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
Follow Me (24x32 Textured Paper Giclee)
The sun was high, the waters still their nets cast in the sea. When Jesus called from distant shores, "Leave work, and follow Me."
Another came to see the Lord. He cried, on bended knee, I'll come, but let me say goodbye...
"Leave friends, and follow Me."
A rich man came who loved the Lord. He promised loyalty, but begged to keep his riches.
"Leave gold, and follow Me."
The winds were fierce and cold the night He walked upon the sea.
Lord save us, called his frightened friends.
"Leave fears, and follow Me."
And so He calls to each of us upon our stormy seas.
"Leave friends, leave gold, leave fears, leave all and come, and follow Me."
In His Constant Care (12x14 Framed Art)
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.
Worlds Without End (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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Men of Galilee (26x49 Framed Giclee 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
Living Water (24x27 Framed Art)
"Whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." — John 4:14.
Let Your Light So Shine (18x21 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
Christ Walking on Water (15x22 Framed Art)
Originally painted in 1890, this canvas portrays the account of Christ walking upon the sea. As Christ approached his disciples, they were afraid. They did not know that it was the Savior approaching them. Christ responded to their fears, "Be of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid." — Matthew 14:27. When the storms of life surround us and toss us about, we can turn to the Savior and he will calm our fears.
Take My Hand (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.
That Ye May Know (22x34 Framed Art)
Scott Sumner beautifully captures the emotion that the presence of the Savior invites. We are all children of a loving Heavenly Father. When we are reunited with Christ, we can only imagine the wonder and amazement we will feel.
Prince of Peace (22x20 Framed Art)
"During His ministry, Christ healed a blind man. The leaders of the Jews called the man before them and demanded he renounce Christ. When he refused, they cast him out. When Jesus heard what the leaders had done, He immediately went looking for this man (John 9:35). I could see the determination on Christ’s face as He made His way through the crowd. I draw comfort from knowing that if He will search after him, He will search after me." —Liz Lemon Swindle
Light of the World (27x31 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.
Lead Me, Guide Me (12x14 Framed Art)
"It’s been said that 'life’s journey is easy or hard depending on who we choose to travel with.' I love the expression of this young boy as he looks to his Savior for guidance and example. We can take comfort and gather strength in knowing that the Savior travels the path with us. I’m grateful for the wonderful journey I’ve enjoyed thus far and know it’s been easier thanks to my guide."
—Jay Bryant Ward