top of page

Portrait of Christ by Jenny Kopp Oil Painting
Man of Sorrows Christ Portrait

This painting was the first oil painting I ever did, and the original Christ painting off which I based my other portraits/prints of Jesus that I started selling a couple years ago. This painting has been in the possession of the family who originally commissioned it, but I was recently given time with the painting to get it digitized and remastered for printing. I'm excited to announce that I am making this painting available as an UNLIMITED edition and in a variety of sizes, so everyone will find one within their price range!

I have always loved this original portrait of Christ the best, even though the other two were beautiful with their unique subtle expressions and gold/silver leaf accents. This one gives another perspective and depth to Christ's expression that draws me in. It is simple and humble. His lips are chapped because, despite being the Living Water, He gives all of Himself to us. The reflection of the Apostle's boat is in His eyes, signifying that He sees one of His followers/Children when He looks directly into our eyes. There is a recognition in His eyes that tells me He knows each one of us individually, sees our struggles, and sees our potential. He is the one who walks this life with us and is there in our darkest hours. I used to think that meant He would take away the trials from us - but instead, I've come to learn that He endures them with us, making the load lighter to bear. Despite the darkness we face (and the darkness that is sometimes within us), He sees all the Light within us and helps strengthen that Light - always believing we can make it, never giving up on us, and loving us through every stage of our growth.

These prints come with a Certificate of Authenticity that I personally sign as the artist. Sizez range from 4x4 in to 20x20 in. See link below for details and pricing.

I would like to explain that these prints are simple paper prints without gatorboard stability, and they do not come numbered or signed, unless you request an artist signature (additional $10 option). They are also shipped in tubes for protection against creases. For these reasons, and the unlimited nature of the print series, the pricing is drastically lower than the first two Christ Prints I released a couple years ago. Those remain available for anyone desiring a Gallery Quality Limited Edition print of Christ. I wanted to make this portrait of Christ more accessable for everyone and I felt like the prices of the first two were getting in the way for some who might otherwise have gotten a print.

Thank you to everyone who has shared their stories of impact that my portraits of Christ have had on them. Your faith and connection to Christ is what allows you to have those experiences, and I am honored to have helped those experiences through the gift and talent God has given me. I hope my portraits of Christ may always bring you peace, love, and hope.


art signature of Jenny Kopp artist and owner of White Fox Art and Deisgn
Signature of Jenny Kopp artist

2 views0 comments

First: I want to say that I make no claims to be an expert on Spiritual things or the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I'm simply sharing my experience of healing through the Atonement of Jesus Christ, and what I did to accomplish that healing.

3 Ways I have found healing

through the Atonement

  1. Forgiveness

  2. Physical Healing

  3. Emotional Healing


I experienced an immediate forgiveness from my Savior the moment I turned to Him and asked for it. He was not angry with me. He was not requiring anything from me as "penance". Christ forgives freely and openly when we admit our faults and turn to Him for help. When I did things contrary to the Lord's commandments, and broke covenants I made with Him, the natural consequence was that I lost my spiritual connection to Him. In a sense, I had turned away from Him. Then I got angry with Him when I couldn't see Him in front of me or feel Him in my life anymore. When I found the humility to admit my mistakes, made changes to correct them, and did the things I know reconnect me to Heavenly Father and my Savior, I found They were still there, They always had been, and were happy to help!

My process of finding Forgiveness through the Atonement was not over, however. I still needed to learn to forgive myself, and forgive others (even when they had not apologized). Forgiving myself was not easy at first. When I felt the immediate forgiveness of my Savior, part of me was like, "Wait, that's it?!" and I felt like I had "gotten off easy"! I wanted to punish myself more for what I had done than what God was requiring of me. I found help in forgiving myself through a principle called "Self Compassion" as presented by a brilliant woman, Kristin Kneff. She doesn't talk about God in her speech. This is simply something we need to do as humans to help ourselves. Hanging on to resentment for the way others treated me only held me back from finding the peace I wanted. The Atonement provided Christ's lasting peace the moment I let go of the anger and pain that I had been holding onto for so long. Part of me wanted to "keep track" of everyone who had wronged me so I could tell God on Judgement Day what happened. However, I realized that I was being a hypocrite if I didn't forgive them when I knew I needed forgiveness too. When it came to the pain from an early childhood trauma, I realized I was holding onto it because I was afraid I would allow it to happen again if I didn't constantly hold on the memory and pain as a reminder. When I discovered it was holding me back from living in peace instead of protecting me, I realized I could let go of it and have faith that I would be happier without it. This was not a quick process, but the more I trusted in the Lord, the more peace I found. Fear can be a powerful barrier to growth. I learned that fear comes from dark influences and recognizing that gave me courage to trust the light and leave the fear behind.

Physical Healing

I will only share a brief description of my physical healing experience because I feel it is a sacred thing that I do not want open to mockery by unbelievers. I had been in a bad place mentally and emotionally a few years ago. I had a headache most of the time. I was not acting like myself. I was not treating others the way I would if I were myself. When I went to the Dr, they told me I had Anxiety and Depression and gave me meds accordingly. The meds made things worse and I felt helpless. I asked my husband to give me a Priesthood Blessing and during the blessing I felt something in the front section of my brain leave, like pressure had been relieved and the pain was gone. I know that it was the power of God that healed whatever was in my head because it was a tangible feeling I will always remember.

Emotional Healing

I believe now that the Lord had a wise plan in mind for me by waiting to heal me emotionally as the final step in my healing process. Before it happened, however, I was frustrated because I couldn't understand why He would heal me in other ways and not emotionally, especially when I had been asking for the emotional healing the longest. I had been to therapy at different points in my life seeking help and healing but it was not successful. I had basically accepted that the Lord didn't want to heal me for some reason. (I know now this was not true, but it is how I felt at the time). I was angry and wanted to stay angry and resentful towards God. Then a part of me thought, "Maybe I need to learn something from this before I can be healed." So I made a choice to set aside my anger and resentment toward the Lord and try to reconnect with Him to find out what it is He wanted me to learn. I did very specific things to show my faith and trust in my Savior:

  1. I read scriptures consistently (I followed the Church's "Come Follow Me" curriculum).

  2. I prayed about and pondered questions I had, and the questions within the Come Follow Me guide.

  3. I wrote down all my thoughts, impressions, and personal revelation I received through the Spirit in a journal.

I did this for over a year before I received the prompting from the Spirit to seek therapy again. I felt the promise that this time would be different. From the beginning of my therapy things were different because we tried a new modality called EMDR. This allowed me to access my traumas in an non-invasive way. After a few sessions, we approached the oldest trauma that was affecting me the most. As I went through the motions of EMDR therapy I saw an image in my mind of my heart being stitched up. I would take a moment to check in with my therapist about what I was noticing and feeling, then I would get back to work stitching up my heart again. I finally reached a point where the work was not done but I was unable to finish on my own. Part of me felt discouraged and I asked myself, do I have enough faith to be healed all the way? What else am I missing? My response came in the form of me pleading to my Savior for help. I told Him, "I believe, please help my unbelief" (yes, I felt very much like the father who plead with Christ to heal his daughter in the Bible). After this I felt a strong loving presence on my left side - when I opened my eyes, I couldn't see Him, but when I closed my eyes again I could definitely feel Him there. He said to me in my mind, "Alright, Jenny, let's do this!" Tears of gratitude streamed down my face as I watched in my mind, Him helping me to stitch up the rest of my heart. He helped me turn it over again and again, making sure we got all the little tears I missed before. Although I was grateful, I was also confused and I asked Him, "Why now? After so many years of me asking you for help to heal my heart, why now?" His answer was simple, "Because you've done the work". I realized then that my journey over the past year of reconnecting to my Heavenly Father, and my Savior through prayer and scripture study had helped me let go of the destructive things (like anger and resentment) that would constantly tear up my heart again if He had healed me before. I needed to be ready for complete healing. I learned then that the Savior WILL heal any and all of us when the time is right, and when we are ready.


Jenny Kopp

149 views0 comments

Updated: Nov 20, 2020

As I was painting Christ, I wanted to look into His eyes, but I hesitated because that meant He would see me too. I didn't want Him to see my flaws and mistakes when I looked at Him. I have always thought I would overcome my mistakes and present a pure soul to God after this life. However, I was wrong in thinking I could hide anything from Him, for it is Christ who suffered for those mistakes and He knows every intimate detail. Then the thought occurred to me that I caused part of His suffering in Gethsemane and my heart dropped. Could I ever look Him in the face? With great sorrow and humility, I decided to lay my heart and soul before Him because I desired to change and make right the wrongs I had done in my life. As I prayed to see my Savior's face, and as I turned to Him, I saw eyes that looked into the depths of my soul that were full of love and understanding. There was no anger, and no resentment for the pain I caused. He saw every part of me and He loved me anyway. Forgiveness came immediately. The process of healing began, but it was not over instantly. Each day I turned to Him for help I could feel my Savior working to heal a part of me. I learned that He takes His time and makes sure there are no pieces left undone/unhealed. This is how He makes us complete again. Although I have already experienced great forgiveness and healing, I am still going through this process. Maybe the process never ends in this life. I know now, though, that whenever I am ready to turn to my Savior for help, He is ready to greet me with the face and eyes of love I saw when I painted Him. He is always there, I just need to make the choice to turn to Him.

About the Details:

The reflection of the Apostle’s boats in the Savior's eyes comes from Him seeing each of us as “Fishers of Man” as we “Gather Israel”. When He looks at us, He sees disciples with unlimited potential. The dark circles around His eyes show the toll each of our trials and mistakes have had on Him, as He has gone through each of them with us. He is tired- but never tires of helping us, or being there for us. He is the “Living Water” for all man, yet His lips are dry. After giving all of himself, He waits with parched lips, hoping for us to share the nourishment He is, for the body and soul, with others. “Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” (Matthew 25:40) The tears in His eyes are tears of joy for us who chose to turn to Him. We may be tired. We may feel beaten down. The example that Christ gives to all of us, is to love and serve others anyway; stand by everyone in their times of need; cheer one another on and support each other in order to triumph over trials. It is my hope to be the light, the love, and the disciple that our Savior sees.

with Love,

If you would like to order prints of either painting visit our online store HERE

*White Fox AD watermark in pictures above will not be part of the print!

If you would like to commission me to make an original piece of art for you, send me a message at

*These paintings were made with oil paint and venetian plaster on wood panels.

66 views0 comments
  • White Facebook Icon
  • White YouTube Icon
  • White Instagram Icon
  • White Pinterest Icon
bottom of page