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15+ Bible Art Masterpieces for Come Follow Me 2022

Jesus standing in a swirl of clouds. Light comes from his outstretched hand, seperating the dark clouds.

The 2022 Come Follow Me studies will cover the Old Testament and all of the familiar stories that come with it. Studying it as a community of Latter-day Saints is sure to bring deeper insights and we wanted to start off with viewing the Old Testament through the eyes of an artist. 


Some of our more well-known pieces tend to be scenes from the Book of Mormon or favorite miracles recorded in the New Testament. However, many of our artists have captured biblical scenes such as the creation story, David and Goliath, Noah, and others. We hope these works of art bring inspiration and insight to you as we start a new year and for many months to come.

Biblical Art: The Creation

The story of God creating the world contains many layers. Even in the Bible itself, the language is poetic and full of symbolism. It is such a simple and yet such a complex story that people from all walks of life may bring a different perspective to the table. So what better form to capture such a beautiful account than art?

Gentle painting of Jesus in a white robe, motioning toward the Earth.

The Creation by Annie Henrie Nader

Jesus standing amid clouds, volcano eruptions, lightning, and the stars. His arms are oustretched in the act of creating the world.

Christ The Creator by Robert Barrett

Jesus standing in a swirl of clouds. Light comes from his outstretched hand, seperating the dark clouds.

Dividing Darkness by Kelsy and Jesse Lightweave

Biblical Art: Adam and Eve

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Creation of Eve by Rose Datoc Dall

Adam and Eve standing together with resolute expressions against the autumn wind, yellow treetops in the backdrop.

Weathering Autumn by Rose Datoc Dall

Adam and Eve looking down at their newborn baby.

First Parents by Jay Bryant Ward

Paper collage artwork of Adam and Eve standing in a wheat field holding a newborn.

Better Than Paradise - Adam and Eve by Kendal Ray

Painting of Eve waering a crown of green leaves and holding a fruit. She is framed by leaves, fruit, and a dove in flight.

Eve by Mandy Jane Williams

Paper collage panoramic showing a lush paradise blending into an autumn landscape with Adam and Eve holding a newborn.

Better Than Paradise By Kendal Ray

Biblical Art: Old Testament Prophets

Throughout the Old Testament portion of the Bible, God calls people to His work. The tasks He requires are never easy and, in many cases, do not even make a lot of logical sense. For example, how was a small boy, too young to be brought into battle, supposed to beat a giant champion such as Goliath? Or how was it possible that an entire sea was divided so that a nation of people could cross? 


These stories make it clear that, in many cases, God’s ways are not ours. Yet, if we trust Him, He will prove to us that He is not only real but that He loves and cares for us.

David as a small child holding a shepherd's staff and standing in front of an enormous defeated lion.

David's First Goliath by Jay Bryant Ward

Painting of Eli speaking to the young Samuel while his mother Hannah watches.

Hannah Presents Samuel To Eli by Robert Barrett

Paper collage of the city of Enoch surrounded by clouds. Enoch stands preaching on a balcony.

City of Enoch by Kendal Ray

Paper collage artwork of Noah's ark. Noah, his wife, and all the animals have their heads bowed in prayer.

Family Prayer by Kendal Ray

These stories make it clear that, in many cases, God’s ways are not ours. Yet, if we trust Him, He will prove to us that He is not only real but that He loves and cares for us. 

Biblical Art: Common Symbolism

Like all religious or even literary writings, the Bible is full of important meaning and symbolism. It invites us to pause and ponder on what we are studying. It invites us gain a deeper understanding of God and our savior Jesus Christ. Of course, we live many years after the time of the Bible and in an entirely different culture, which can make some stories difficult to understand. Dive deeper with these paintings by loved artist Susan Edwards.

Painting of a biblical woman holding a sprouting seed in her hand. She shields it with her other hand.

Seedling by Susan Edwards

He Shall Reign by Susan Edwards

With a new year comes new opportunities for learning and growth. Many of us have faced challenges and losses in the past couple of years, but God’s word consistently reminds us that there will always be hope. Jesus Christ came as proof that we are not alone. God is with us, especially when we choose to lift and help each other. 


For more inspiring art, peruse our gallery. 


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