Archive for the ‘Pictures of Jesus’ Category

Kissing the Face of God by Morgan Weistling, Mary with Baby Jesus

Friday, December 19th, 2008

Kissing the Face of God by Morgan Weistling

Kissing the Face of God by Morgan Weistling

This touching piece of Christian art by Morgan Weistling features Mary kissing the Baby Jesus. The artist portrays Mary’s deep love for the Baby Jesus in the way that she is holding him and kissing His cherubic face. We can only imagine what a great privilege it was to actually hold the Baby Jesus, the Son of God, in our arms and kiss “the face of God”. As we prepare to celebrate Christmas, Kissing the Face of God is a beautiful piece of religious artwork that reminds us of how God chose to send His Son into this world.

Madonna and Child by Jason Jenicke, Mary and Baby Jesus

Friday, November 14th, 2008

Madonna and Child by Jason Jenicke, Mary and Baby Jesus

Madonna and Child by Jason Jenicke, Mary and Baby Jesus

This limited edition christian art print by Jason Jenicke beautifully depicts the overwhelming love and joy a mother feels towards her child. The artist’s use of vivid colors that contrast against the dark muted background accentuate Mary and the baby Jesus, and we can see from the shadows on Mary’s face that there is a light shining upon them. While many pictures of the Madonna and Child are quite serious, this religious art piece has a unique playfulness to it, giving us a true feeling of joy as mother and child interact with each other.

The Reflection of God by Morgan Weistling, Baptism of Jesus

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Reflection of God by Morgan Weistling

Reflection of God by Morgan Weistling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Reflection of God by Morgan Weistling features a picture of Jesus looking up toward Heaven and His reflection in the water. This limited edition religious art portrays Jesus humbly looking toward His Heavenly Father in what appears to be shortly before His baptism by John the Baptist. The blue colors in the water, though vibrant in and of themselves; appear to create somewhat of a muted background to accentuate the importance of Jesus Christ and His refection in this breathtaking Christian art print.