What’s New in Art
Looking to refresh your space with new, Christian and LDS artwork? We are excited to introduce new artists and new pieces to our lineup of beautiful, faith-promoting, and thought-provoking artwork. These are pieces of art that will inspire and uplift, but unique enough that you probably haven’t seen anything quite like it before. Our artists speak volumes with their brushstrokes, and we’re sure that you will feel moved when you see their latest work.
LDS art in your home is a wonderful way to share faith and fill your spaces with a spirit of love. Remind yourself and your family members of the good news the gospel can bring in every room. Some of our favorite LDS artists have new artwork with fresh takes on enduring principles that will also complement your style and tastes. Happy shopping!
New Artist Spotlight: Brenda Bird
Brenda Bird is an illustrator, graphic and surface pattern designer based in Mooresville, North Carolina.
After graduating from Brigham Young University in 2008 with a B.S. in Psychology and the subsequent birth of her first child, Brenda once again fell in love with art. Ever learning, over the years she has fine tuned her craft in graphic design and illustration.
Introducing For Thee by Brenda Bird: Inspired by a dear friend's devotion to her garden (home, family, religion) and the detailed care she gives for each.
""Peace be unto you." Christ said this to His apostles after to soothe their fears after His resurrection. They needed the peace that only He can give. I know that when I have worries about my children, family or personal struggles He is there waiting for me to come to Him and partake of the peace." - Brenda Bird
Be reminded of the peace that comes with knowing the Savior, and trusting in him. Hang this colorful and vibrant new piece on the blank wall in your home to instantly brighten your space.
New Artist Spotlight: Jessica Sarah Beach
I'm Jessica S. Beach from Arizona. My work is inspired by my faith and the small and simple beauties of the earth and of people. Through digital illustration I am focused on inspiring hope and capturing the important things of life that at times seem to be invisible. There's a lot of beauty that is overlooked, and I try to bring those beauties to light.
"And so great were the blessings of the Lord upon us, that while we did live upon raw meat in the wilderness, our women did give plenty of suck for their children, and were strong, yea, even like unto the men; and they began to bear their jouneyings without murmurings."
1 Nephi 17:2
He’s the Creator of worlds and yet He reassures us about the fall of one sparrow and that the very hairs of our heads are numbered. All things are numbered by Him, “for they are [His] and [He] knows them.” Christ said, “I have graven thee upon the palms of my hands; thy walls are continually before me.” What more could reassure us of the Lord’s love?
"His relentless receptiveness exceeds my recurring wrongs."
"I thank him for his marvelous management of time, for never misusing a moment, including the moments of mediation. Even his seconds showed his stewardship."
As Christ rode a donkey into Jerusalem, I can't help but think of the children who might have been in the multitude that "spread their garments" upon the ground, "strawed" the way with palm branches for the Lord, and cried "Hosanna." When the city was "moved" and asked the multitude who it was that rode the donkey, I bet there were children and a special donkey who knew.
Matthew 21: 1-11
There's a child in me still, and she is such easy friends with the Messiah. If I could just get my adult self to fall into such ease. - Jessica Sarah Beach
"Behold, my arm of mercy is extended towards you, and whosoever will come, him will I receive" (3 Nephi 9:14).
"Come now, let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, the shall be as wool."
New Artist Spotlight: Elisabeth Wing
Elisabeth Wing is the artist and designer behind Wingmade. She has always embraced the arts and graduated from BYU with a degree in Industrial Design, where she fell in love with sketching and form. When she discovered surface design there was no turning back!