Child artist Akiane Kramarik said she saw Jesus’ ‘true’ face in her dreams and decided to paint it on canvas- She believes God gave her talent

Akiane Kramarik, at the age of three, discovered she had talent and was invited to The Oprah Winfrey Show for her first TV appearance by the time she was 10.

At the age of 8, she completed a breathtaking portrait of Jesus himself, called “Prince of Peace.” She said that she saw them in her dreams and they seemed so real.

“I was so young but started having these visions and impressions of the world. I was just so surprised at the impeccable images I had in my head that I just had to express them in some sort of physical matter,” she said.

In an interview with CNN when she was 12, she described God as “like a bow of light—really pure, really masculine, really strong, and big…His eyes are just beautiful.”

She has another image of Jesus with his arms raised in the air to his Father in Heaven, which is named “Father Forgive Them”.

Her visions are always like dreams and she described heaven as beautiful and effortless.

In an interview published in the Washington Times, Akiane said, “a vision is like an oasis in a desert. You can’t have it all the time, as you need to keep on continuing your journey through the desert of life experiences, full of faith trials … I am not so concerned about waiting for a vision to appear because I know it will come to me when I expect it least … I still do have visions that inspire my work.”

She told CNN, “All of the colors were out of this world. There are hundreds of millions of colors that we don’t know yet. The flowers there were crystal clear …” In heaven, the music is more beautiful, nothing like music in our world.”

“In heaven, plants, animals, and all beings speak, not through words, but color, vibration, and thoughts.”

Today, she’s 21 years old and doing great for herself. She believes her special talent is from God and has amassed wealth with it.

She calls her works the painting of Jesus. Her story is quite interesting as she was born to Lithuanian atheist parents. We wish her all the best.

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