By Koby Butler
A powerful drawing of the Savior's portrait. This piece is given the title "Saviour" after the spelling in London, England, where Koby served his mission.
Prints: All prints are made on an archival, fine art matte, giclée paper with a high-quality fine art finish which helps keep the artwork untarnished from sun rays and time decay. The image goes to the edge of the paper unless otherwise requested with customer service.
Canvases: All canvases come stretched, gallery wrapped, on a .75 inch width frame and are ready to hang on the wall. The art will be mirror wrapped to preserve the front perspective of the piece. Please contact our customer service team if you would like to request a rolled canvas instead of a stretched canvas.
FRAMING: The frame and the mat are built around the size print you choose. For example, if you choose an 8x10 print, the frame and/or mat will be built around the 8x10 print. If you choose a mat, the frame will be larger than if you don't choose a mat. The frames come with an installed wire and the equipment to hang the frame.
A message from the artist:
I served a mission for my church in London England. I spent two years sharing my love for Jesus Christ to everyone I could. When I was six months into my mission, there was an intense period where I was adjusting to a lot and learning what it truly meant to follow Christ. Our mission was putting together a Christmas yearbook for all the missionaries, and they requested that people submit their talents. The talents could've been anything, artwork, poetry, really anything that could go in the yearbook. I figured I would give it a shot and see what I could come up with. I hadn't spent much time seriously drawing up to this point, but I knew that I did have a talent for it. During the next month as I was drawing nearer to the Savior, my drawing of Him was coming along. I was developing a relationship with Him, and coming to understand the deep and perfect love that He has for us. This made me want to portray that love in my artwork in any way possible. The only way I could think to do that was through His eyes, or the "windows of the soul" as they've been called. I tried to capture those emotions I was experiencing during this time of my life and really let others know how it felt through this piece. This drawing has been a huge blessing in my life, and I hope that it can do the same for others.
Time and form, good quality.
Turned out better than we imagined. Perfect Mother’s Day presents.
This is one of my favorite pictures of Christ.
Love the print!! It’s just beautiful!
I love the modern look of it