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Dear to the Heart of the Shepherd - Framed

Item #: D-AFA-SD-DHS
Price: $139.99
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    • Dear to the Heart of the Shepherd by Simon Dewey
    • Features Christ as a Shepherd
    • Available on giclee canvas in multiple styles & sizes
    • All dimensions listed include the frame
    • Great for those starting a new journey
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    The image of Christ as shepherd is as precious one. It reminds us He will come find us not matter where we are lost. This beautiful piece by Simon Dewy is available in multiple frame sizes and styles to help you invite the spirit of Christ into any space. 

    Please note, all sizes come with a specific frame style. These frame styles are not interchangeable. When you select a size, the frame style will be displayed. Frames do not come with glass. 

    Artist's Note

    "He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness". - Psalms 23:2 

    This beautiful green pasture reminds me of the countryside I loved to roam as a boy growing up in England. The path in this painting represents our journey through life, and Christ is on the path watching over us. He is the Savior of all who will accept Him, but most importantly He is the Savior for us individually. In this painting the Savior is caring for the individual lamb while also watching over the entire flock. The healing, comfort, and peace that only He can offer is a gift that is given individually in our lives. More than anything in this image I want people to feel the love and peace that comes from knowing that our Savior is there, watching over us.

    The Artist:

    Simon Dewey started his journey at seventeen when he decided to leave home and attend London Art College. He gained popularity in 1997 when he released the painting "He Lives," that the LDS audience loved. His art often is from the New Testament, mainly focusing on the life of Jesus Christ. He is best known as a portrait painter of mainly religious art.