Divine Redeemer

by Simon Dewey

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Simon Dewey

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.

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Amazing Picture
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

I love this. I look at it on my wall every time I say my prayers at night. Reminds me of the Savior.

This is how my toddler remembers Jesus.
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

The reaction my toddler (21 months old) has when he sees this picture makes it more than evident to me that he remembers Jesus. I have this picture in a book that I read to him, and the first time he saw it he got really excited and pointed to Jesus's eyes and said 'Jesus eyes light.' He kept repeating the word 'light, light, light' and was looking up in the air with a big glowing smile on his face, his hands reaching up high, jabbering like he was trying to explain something exciting and important. Each time he sees this picture it's the same reaction. He has recognized and responded with excitement to pictures of Jesus since he was around six months old. The classic one with Jesus in his red robe and this one are his favorites. Simon Dewey seems to have captured the Saviors eyes in my son's memory.

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