About the Author
For 16 years, Simon Dewey has quietly sought to celebrate the life and mission of Jesus Christ. His artistic journey began in London, England as a freelance illustrator. In 1997 he entered the world of fine art with the release of “He Lives”. Since then, Simon has become known for his exquisitely detailed and delicate portraits capturing moments from the tender to the magnificent. Many marvel at the masterful way he portrays the love and compassion in the face of the Savior and the devotion in the eyes of the believers. Those close to Simon know that this inspiration is founded in his own firm and abiding faith. Simon and his wife Lorraine are the parents of five children and live in Alberta, Canada. A prolific painter, Simon continues to explore new perspectives to inspire and bear witness of eternal principles.
by Bethany - reviewed on October 08, 2008
I got this for my sister for Christmas. It looks beautiful framed, a great addition to any room!
I love the Light
by Customer - reviewed on October 17, 2008
I love how the light is so radiant in this picture. Nothing else matters but the center figure, Christ and that he is now resurrected. It brings peace to my heart to be able to look at this picture in my own home and remind me of that simple fact, He lives!
Stop and Stare
by Brynette - reviewed on July 02, 2009
I periodically spend time just sitting and looking at this picture. The contrast of the dark and the light was masterfully done. It reaches out and grabs me daily and I can't help but stop and look at it. It has inspired regular reflection on my Savior. I'm so glad I have this in my home. One of my greatest purchases!!
What a picture
by Nancy - reviewed on June 01, 2010
I had this picture in my living room a larger version of this one on a stand where the sun came through the blinds and hit this picture perfectly, Christ was looking up at the sun through my blinds it was one of the most beautiful things and it looked so real, I had people comment if they were over at this specific time how amazing it was.