Discover the stunningly lifelike artwork of Emmy winner Ray Downing in this collection of Jesus images.
Ray Downing is a contemporary artist who is a master of 3d computer graphics.
After a 30-year career in illustration for the scientific, medical, pharmaceutical, and broadcast industries, Ray Downing approached the History Channel with a daring plan - to produce the first new photographs of Abraham Lincoln since his assassination and a video of the president too.
This led to a successful Emmy for "Individual Achievement in a Craft" and an even more remarkable journey — the creation of a realistic portrait of Jesus based on an image found on an ancient linen cloth known as the Shroud of Turin. This artifact is believed by some to be the actual burial cloth of Jesus.
Downing's Jesus portraits are so life-like that you get a sense of a person behind the eyes, looking back with affection, understanding and authority. The collection aims at establishing a deep emotional connection to Jesus' life, death and resurrection and offers a life-changing emotional experience.
If you're a fan of thought-provoking inspirational artwork, you'll love Ray Downing's images.