What's New in Art?

New fine art can elevate your spaces and showcase your personality. Great art can truly change the feel of your home, so finding art you truly love is important. Take a closer look at some of our newest pieces and learn more about our artists available now at Latter-day Home.

Art Prints

Art prints are a great way to bring more fine art into your home at an affordable price. Versatile art prints come in different sizes and shapes to fit perfectly in the frame and location you need them to. Art prints are great for creating gallery walls, decorating children’s rooms, or gifting to friends and loved ones. These low budget pieces can be swapped out for holiday-themed displays or made to just change up your look when you want a fresh new update.

Some of our newest art prints feature work from new, modern artists and include images of Christ in addition to other uplifting subjects. These new art prints allow you to try out new styles and new artists to see how they fit into your home.


Beyond Jerusalem

by Alexander Grow 

Alexander Grow was born and raised in Riverside, California but started his journey as a digital artist while serving in the US Army at Fort Campbell, KY. He is the oldest of five and married with a family of four and growing. His artistic inspiration comes from a deeper connection with the Divine Light we all hold within. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, he holds the values of a Latter-day Saint and hopes to inspire spirit-driven emotions and thoughts through his artwork.

In Beyond Jerusalem, we see a serene Christ sitting quietly and looking out at the vast city of Jerusalem. This beautiful, realistic and detailed depiction of the city and the Savior will evoke a sense of peace and serenity. Add this to your gallery wall or frame it on a bookshelf to see a reminder of Him in your home. 



He is Risen

by Eric Bode

About Eric: Having studied art at Brigham Young University, Eric developed his passion for painting and an appreciation of religious art. Through this training, he was influenced by the works of Carl Bloch and Arnold Friberg.Eric enjoys reading, sports, and family. He lives with his wife and kids in Provo, Utah, where he is working on refining his craft of painting.

Eric Boden’s art print features a depiction of Christ slightly smiling and walking through a bright and beautiful field, arms out as if to beckon the viewer in. This joyful image of Christ will remind all who see it that Christ is always welcoming us into his presence with open arms–it’s up to us to choose to follow Him.




We’ll Ascend Together

by 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!

This piece, called “We’ll Ascend Together” is based on the Quaker Proverb, “You’ll lift me and I’ll lift thee, and we’ll ascend together.”

When Elisabeth heard that quote it left an impression and made her think of families and generations working together to navigate this life. She leans on what her parents taught her, which is what their parents had taught them.



Belief in Every Breath

by Elisabeth Wing

This piece was inspired by Elisabeth's mother whose belief in her instilled the confidence and drive she has today. This unique and modern art print will make a stunning addition to your art collection.








He Lives

by Madison Cuff

Madi's oldest memory is of telling her first grade teacher she wanted to be an artist, and through the years, that decision never changed. Madi earned a fine art degree from Dixie State University, studied at the University of Utah, and has apprenticed under acclaimed artists Jeffrey Hein and Casey Childs.

He Lives is a modern depiction of a serene Christ looking directly at the viewer. This beautiful image of Christ will serve as a reminder of His love for each of us when you place it prominently in your home. Give this art print to a friend or neighbor for a meaningful gift they will cherish.






Fine Art

Bring fine art into your home to elevate your spaces and showcase your faith. Beautiful, religious artwork can evoke peace in your home and serve as a reminder of the truths of the gospel. From both and new artists, take a look at some of our newest fine art pieces to find the right piece for your home.


Triumphal Entry

by J. Kirk Richards

Contemporary Christian artist, J. Kirk Richards, is known for his accomplishments as a painter of Judeo-Christian subject matter. While not all of his work is overtly religious, the majority of his themes stem from spiritual ideas and narratives. His paintings exhibit a love for the human figure, use of symbolism, and an emphasis on lyric composition.

Kirk Richards' art takes on a reverent tone, depicting modern, but many scenes of Christ. Of his work he said: In my ongoing efforts to know and to depict Christ, I have moved away from the need to envision every detail. A broad idea and a feeling move me forward. Though I “see through a glass, darkly,” I hold on with faith and hope, to promises of redemption now and in the eternities. - J. Kirk Richards

Triumphal Entry by J. Kirk Richards is not only based on the description found in the Gospel of Matthew, verse 21, but the artist's personal 2012 Palm Sunday visit to Jerusalem. Those two events, and Kirk's hard work, give us this inspirationally dynamic view of how Christy's entry into Jerusalem may have looked so long ago.


A Believing Woman

by Caitlin Connolly

Mathew 9:21

"For she said within herself, if I may but touch his garment, I shall be made whole."

Caitlin Connolly is an artist and writer. Since graduating in 2009 from the University of Utah with a BFA in Painting and Drawing she has passionately pursued and cultivated her creative path. Driven by a curiosity of femininity, her work explores the deficit of the divine feminine and paradoxical themes of duality.

In her signature style, this image from Caitlin Connolly depicts the woman who touched the garment of Christ, however the crowd is gone and the focus is solely on the two figures. The tender expression of love from Christ towards this woman will remind those who view this piece not only of the courage and faith of this inspiring woman, but also of the love Christ has for each one of us.





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