Little Girl Who Painted Jesus

Child artist Akiane Kramarik said she saw Jesus’ ‘true’ face in her dreams and decided to paint it on canvas

Child-prodigy As a child of three, Akiane Kramarik began painting glimpses of the “real” Jesus she saw in her dreams. She found her unusual gift when she was three years old. Image courtesy of By the age of ten, the gifted artist had already been asked to appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show for her first television appearance! When Akiane appeared on the show, she informed Oprah that she believes her particular abilities were bestowed upon her by God. Image courtesy of Akiane was certain that her visions and vivid dreams were genuine, despite the fact that she was born to atheist Lithuanian parents.

Image courtesy of Image courtesy of “I was so young when I started experiencing these visions and impressions of the universe,” she explains.

Akiane explains that while her visions are similar to dreams, they lose clarity rapidly, therefore she attempts to catch them as soon as she is able.

“His eyes are really stunning,” she said in an interview with CNN when she was 12 years old.

  1. And when asked to describe paradise, Akiane responded that its vibrancy and beauty are inconceivable to anyone on this planet.
  2. It was incredible.” As of right moment, we don’t know the colors of hundreds of millions of different hues.
  3. Akiane refers to her awe-inspiring masterpieces as “the paintings of Jesus.” Image courtesy of She is now 22 years old and has earned a wealth in the millions of dollars as a result of her artistic abilities.
  4. Akiane intends to one day establish a hospital in Africa and use the gift she thinks she has been gifted with to benefit others in the community.
  5. Source:Bles

The “Heaven is for Real” painting of Jesus Story – by Colton Burpo and

Child-prodigy When Akiane Kramarik was three years old, she realized she had a particular aptitude for painting pictures of the “genuine” Jesus she had seen in her dreams. Adapted from the website Bles She was even invited to make her first television appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show when she was just ten years old! When Akiane appeared on Oprah’s show, she expressed her belief that God had given her the abilities she possessed at the time. Adapted from the website Bles She was certain that her visions and vivid dreams were genuine, despite the fact that she was born to atheist Lithuanian parents.

  • Adapted from the website Bles Adapted from the website Bles “I was so young when I first started experiencing these visions and impressions of the universe,” she explains.
  • Adapted from the website Bles “God is like a bow of light—very pure, incredibly masculine, really strong, and really large,” she said of the divine presence.
  • As for paradise, Akiane described it as “unimaginable in terms of its brilliance and beauty” to anyone on this planet.
  • As of right moment, we don’t know the colors of hundreds of millions of different objects.

She is originally from Illinois, in the United States. The gift Akiane feels she has been gifted with will allow her to one day establish a hospital in Africa and assist those in need. Adapted from the website Bles Oh my goodness, what a gifted and inspiring young person you are! Source:Bles

Akiane tells the Washington Times about her visions.

In an interview with the Washington Times, Akiane stated that “a vision is like an oasis in a desert.” As you continue your trip through the desert of life experiences, which is full with faith difficulties, you will not be able to have it all the time. As a result, I am not very anxious about waiting for a vision to arrive since I know that it will appear when I least expect it. “I still experience images that serve as inspiration for my work.” Visions, which are similar to dreams, frequently require documentation in order to best recall the experience; otherwise, clarity might be lost.

When we look at a painting that was inspired by a vision, such as “Prince of Peace” (theHeaven is for Realpainting of Jesus), we get a glimpse of what the artist saw and chose to capture, whether in words or with paint.


Have others seen and experienced Jesus in this way?

In an interview with the Washington Times, Akiane stated that “a vision is like an oasis in the desert.” You can’t have it all the time because you have to keep going on your trip through the desert of life events, which is full of faith tests. When it comes to waiting for a vision to arrive, I am not concerned because I am confident that it will appear when I am least expecting it. The visions that inspire my art continue to come to me. Visions, which are similar to dreams, frequently require documentation in order to best recall the experience; otherwise, clarity is lost.

When we look at a painting that was inspired by a vision, such as “Prince of Peace” (theHeaven is for Realpainting of Jesus), we get a glimpse of what the artist saw and chose to capture, either in words or with paint.

  • More information about the Akiane Kramarik story can be found here. More information regarding the tale of Colton Burpo may be found here.

We may have a window to the divine and glimpses of heaven through divinely inspired paintings by artist Akiane Kramarik

What, in your opinion, is the most remarkable aspect of Akiane’s paintings? Is it possible that these are Akiane’s pictures of Jesus? The peace and love that emanates from the artwork is genuine. Perhaps these breath-taking artworks have touched your heart as they have mine. Please share your ideas with us. Accuracy and precision in the search for excellence and precision. Here are a few illustrations:

  • 8-year-old Akiane stabbed her small finger to get a drop of blood for the Jesus painting “Prince of Peace,” then urged her mother to run to the art store and buy that hue of paint – soon, because the color was about to change! Her painting “Father Forgive Them” required a lot of painting and repainting until Akiane was satisfied that Jesus’ hands were strong enough to lift the entire world to God in the garden of Gethsemane and ask for forgiveness for all before He was crucified. Her painting “Supreme Sanctuary” was the most difficult to complete because the intensity and colors of heaven are not available in our world. (Washing Station)
  • Whether we look at the minute detail painted into the heavenly gardens in “Supreme Sanctuary” or a teen aged Jesus talking with Father God in “Jesus, the Missing Years,” we can be confident that, according to this gifted young artist, Jesus was resurrected and Heaven truly is a reality. “Supreme Sanctuary,” an abstract heavenly painting by Akiane, gives us a glimpse of colors and scenes in Heaven. (Pictured below and available at ArtSoulWorks

When asked “What is Heaven like?” Colton has said:

  • The city of Heaven is constructed of a gleaming metal such as gold or silver. These are adorned with pearls and constructed of gold
  • They are the Gates of Heaven. The first thing I noticed about Jesus was that he was dressed in white clothes with a purple ribbon
  • The nails that were used during the crucifixion have left “markers” on Jesus’ hands. A plethora of colors, a plethora of people, and a plethora of creatures may be found in Heaven. In paradise, there are more hues, and the flowers and trees are more lovely than on earth
  • The average age in Heaven is between 20 and 30 years old. Everyone I saw in Heaven (with the exception of Jesus) had wings. In heaven, there is always light, since Jesus is the light who illuminates the entire place
  • I discovered that paradise is a genuine place, and I believe you will enjoy it

and from the little Lithuanian girl who painted Jesus in the movie Heaven is for real movie.

  • Everything is simply beautiful and effortless in heaven
  • There is no struggle. Unlike on Earth, colors are more vibrant in heaven, and many of them are not visible here on Earth. In paradise, the music is more exquisite, nothing like music in this world
  • Plants, animals, and all other beings communicate in heaven not via words, but rather by color, vibration, and ideas. There are hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of different hues.

Is it possible that we are experiencing something genuinely remarkable because of a gift God granted to a young prodigy? The painting known as the “Prince of Peace” – also known as the “Heaven is for RealJesus painting” or the “Jesus Resurrection painting” – has grabbed the imagination of many people. If you think that God is the divine source of Akiane’s inspirations for the Akiane art seen here, then read on. More paintings of Jesus are available, ranging from the birth of Jesus until the resurrection of Christ.

Akiane Kramarik’s picture, “Prince of Peace, the Heaven is for Real,” is one of nearly half a million admirers of the Jesus, Prince of Peace series. Thank you for your daily inspirations and encouragement!

Akiane – Wikipedia

Akiane Kramarik
Born July 9, 1994(age 27)Mount Morris, Illinois, U.S.
Occupation Painter, poet

Akiane Kramarik (born July 9, 1994) is a poet and painter from the United States. She began sketching when she was four years old. The painting Prince of Peace, which Kramarik painted when she was eight years old, is her most well-known work.

Early life

A Lithuanian mother and a non-practicing Catholic American father welcomed Akiane Kramarik into the world on July 9, 1994, in Mount Morris, Illinois, where she grew up. According to Kramarik, she had visions in which she saw the face of Jesus Christ. Her formal education began at a parochial school, although she eventually went on to be home educated. According to the artist, her early exposure to religious art in the form of sculptures, reliefs, and paintings at one of the Catholic schools she attended had a significant impact on her subsequent fascination with legendary individuals.

In my opinion, the majority of individuals were either entirely unaware of other realities or had their perceptions of those realities limited to a very restricted range of perspectives.


Her paintings are self-taught, and she claims that Jesus talked to her when she was four years old, urging her to sketch and paint the images that she had in her head. She began drawing at the age of four, began painting at the age of six, and began writing poems at the age of seven. Akiane began painting Jesus when he was eight years old. Her first completed self-portrait sold for US$ 10,000 while she was just starting out. It is common for Kramarik’s paintings to be metaphorical as well as spiritual in nature, including likenesses of Jesus, children, and animals, as well as his own resemblance.

  • Kramarik, on the other hand, claims that her primary sources of inspiration are her glimpses of Heaven and her religious experiences.
  • The United States Embassy in Singapore has acquired a number of her pieces of work.
  • Kramarik made his television debut on The Oprah Winfrey Show when he was ten years old.
  • 2005’s The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson was her first television appearance, while the 21st episode of Kaatiein 2012 was her second.

Prince of Peace

Prince of Peace, according to Kramarik, is her “favorite portrait” and one of her most enduring works. When she was eight years old, she had been searching for the ideal face to assist her paint a picture from her thoughts and visions for quite some time when a family member suggested a carpenter as a potential subject. Kramarik recognized the man’s face as being very similar to what he recalled as the face of Jesus. She was able to create the image after 40 hours of concentrated effort. Not shortly later, it was transported to her agent for display, who promptly stole it and sold it without her knowledge or consent.

Prince of Peace was found by the artist’s family in December of this year and sold to a private collector for the sum of $850,000.

His tale was told in the best-selling book Heaven Is for Realas well as the film adaption with the same name that followed.

Many years later, when he watched Kramarik’sPrince of Peaceon television, he informed his father, “Dad, that one’s correct.”


  • Akiane Kramarik’s full name is Akiane Kramarik (2006). Akiane: Her Life, Her Art, Her Poetry. Akiane: Her Life, Her Art, Her Poetry W Publishing Group is based in Nashville. ISBN0-8499-0044-1
  • Akiane Kramarik’s full name is Akiane Kramarik (2006). Akiane My Dream Is Greater Than Myself: Memories of the Future.


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  3. At just ten years old, Akiane Kramarik of Post Falls is dazzled by everyone with her drawings and poems.” The Spokesman-Review is a publication that publishes a review of the Spokesman-Review. Spokane, Washington The original version of this article was published on March 29, 2015. Highbeam was used to retrieve this information on September 24, 2014. Justin Jones is a writer who lives in the United States (November 17, 2014). “Are you blessed or cursed?” “Child Prodigies Reveal All” is a documentary on child prodigies. The Daily Beast is a news website that publishes articles on a variety of topics. The original version of this article was published on November 18, 2014. Obtainable on August 23, 2016. “Some researchers actually evaluated my work and made a comparison between the Shroud of Turin and. this painting,” Akiane said in an interview with Katie Couric last year. “The Shroud of Turin is the purported cloth in which Jesus was buried after he was crucified,” according to the Catholic Encyclopedia. They claimed that it was around 80 to 90 percent accurate
  4. Nonetheless, “In an interview, Akiane discusses heaven and artwork,” the article reads. The Washington Times published an article on December 31, 2014. “Akiane, My Story,” which was published on September 16, 2017, was retrieved. On January 3, 2018, I was able to find the article “Akiane Kramarik: Dream Child.” Christianity Today, published in July 2004. The original version of this article was archived on January 24, 2007. retrieved on January 30, 2007
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  6. Lori Centi and Rose Centi (February 21, 2012). “In an interview, Akiane discusses heaven and artwork,” the article reads. The Washington Times is a newspaper based in Washington, D.C. The original version of this article was published on December 20, 2014. The document was retrieved on December 20, 2014. Akiane began drawing when she was four years old, and by the age of six, she was painting on canvas. She explained to her mother that she needed to paint because she was seeing “visions from God,” as she put it. Despite the fact that her parents were atheists at the time, their little daughter’s drawings of heaven and Jesus Christ, whom she referred to as “God,” left them both perplexed and fascinated.
  7. s^ Akiane’s official home page Archived from the original on May 31, 2009, through theWayback Machine
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  9. Child Prodigy is a self-made millionaire through the sale of her incredible paintings, “SuperHuman Geniuses,” which she created while still in elementary school. The 8th of January, 2018. The original version of this article was archived on December 12, 2021. On March 17, 2018, Akiane Kramarik’s painting “Painting the Impossible” was published online. The 9th of July, 2017. The original version of this article was archived on December 12, 2021. “Prince of Peace – Akiane Gallery,” which was retrieved on March 17, 2018. Corneliuson, Carol (March 17, 2018)
  10. Retrieved March 17, 2018
  11. (July 8, 2017). “JESUS, BY AKIANE KRAMARIK” is a painting by Ariane Kramarik. ArtSoulworks. On March 17, 2018, the article “Hidden For Year’s Artist’s Famous Painting Of Jesus Emerges” was published. CBS Chicago is a television network based in Chicago. The original version of this article was archived on December 12, 2021. retrieved on the 13th of December, 2019
  12. JULIE BOSMAN is a writer and a poet (March 11, 2011). “Celestial Sales for Boy’s Tale of Heaven” is a phrase that means “heavenly sales for Boy’s Tale of Heaven.” The New York Times is a newspaper published in New York City. “The “Heaven is for Real” Painting of Jesus”, which was retrieved on December 21, 2014. ArtSoulworks. “Heaven is for Real Jesus Painting,” according to a 2018 article published on March 17, 2018. ArtSoulworks. Obtainable on March 17, 2018

External links

  • Akiane Kramarik’s official website
  • AkianeeatIMDb
  • “Interview with Akiane Kramarik.” On January 6, 2009, the original version of this article was archived. Retrieved2008-05-26

Akiane Kramarik – The Girl Who Paints God

It is the Lord who extends His strong and tender hand to us when we are still children and innocent. When a kid hears the Lord’s calm, silent voice, he or she goes to Him with abandon, unafraid of what could happen. Akiane Kramarik had her first encounter with the Lord when she was four years old, and she still remembers it vividly. Akaine was raised by her atheist parents in a home-school atmosphere and did not have access to a television, so she had little exposure to Christian influences. Despite this, she began to see images and hear voices in her head.

  • It was impossible to ignore the rambling of divine messages coming from the tiny blond girl, but it was impossible to overlook her breathtaking ability of artistic expression.
  • She was considered a child prodigy and the only known kid binary genius in painting and poetry.
  • Awakened by the suffering and joy she witnessed in others, Akaine was touched.
  • As a result, Akaine earned the nickname “The Girl Who Paints God.” The only thing I’m doing is putting my gift to work to encourage people to live better lives filled with more pleasure, love, and hope.
  • The Lord speaks with her via her paintings, which she interprets as a kind of communication.
  • The lessons Akiane has gained from these life-changing experiences are that everything is related via one word: love.
  • Amazingly, she painted the portrait of Christ at the age of eight, claiming that she had been able to see Him for many years prior to that, but that His image had become blurred by the time she painted it.

Experts then researched the artwork and compared it to the Shroud of Turin, and to their surprise, they discovered that it was 80-90 percent accurate in comparison to the original!

Having been seen several depictions of Jesus by his father, Coulton immediately recognized the Prince of Peace as he walked through Akaine’s painting.

Each of her paintings has a spiritual undertone and is in some way linked to her Creator.

Her father expressed his belief in the afterlife by saying, “There is life beyond death.” Akaine painted “I AM,” which is one of my favorite paintings, when she was just 17 years old.

She considers it to be one of her most difficult paintings because she wanted to capture every aspect of Christ just right.

This half-year experience of focusing on Christ on her painting has taught Akaine that “everyone is perfect, precious, and unique,” as she says. More information about this remarkable woman may be found in the book ” Akiane: Her Life, Her Art, Her Poetry “.

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It seems likely that most of us have something to say about God’s work in our lives, whether it has been earth-shattering or constantly straightforward. According to 1 Peter 3:15, we must constantly be prepared to render an account to people for the hope they have placed in us. As a result, it is critical that we spread the word about our experiences with others. ‘Once I Was Blind, But Now I See’ is a testimonial like no other that I have ever heard! My personal life was transformed as a result of the experience, and it was through it that I came to know Christ after many years of running.” This is a book that you should read for yourself and then give to those who are suffering with their faith.

Although he has spent a significant amount of time dabbling in the occult and fleeing from God, this man continues to hear God’s voice, and he has not ceased hearing it since.

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The Little Girl Who Painted Jesus in �Heaven Is For Real� – Now Revealed

Denver, Colorado, United States –WEBWIRE–On Friday, May 16, 2014, Denver, Colorado, United States Denver, Colorado – May 16, 2014 – The Denver Post reports that The movie Heaven Is for Real, which was released in April, is based on the New York Times Best Seller of the same name and recounts the narrative of a 4-year-old kid called Colton Burpo. During a near-death experience, Colton claims to have been transported to paradise. Todd Burpo, his interested father, listens intently as he tells his son’s narrative about paradise.

  1. Throughout the film, Todd attempts to persuade Colton to recognize Jesus by presenting him with a fluctuating amount of photographs and photos from his collection, but without success.
  2. It is shown in the film that the young Lithuanian girl paints the picture of Jesus, but neither her identity nor the name of the painting are given to those watching it on the big screen.
  3. A famous child artist, Akiane Kramarik, played the role of the small girl who painted Jesus in the film.
  4. Akiane began painting her picture of Jesus Christ when she was four years old, and this vision is depicted in the video.
  5. As a child, he saw visions of God, Jesus, and heaven, which he shared with his parents.
  6. Akiane began painting with acrylics at the age of six, and subsequently moved on to oils.
  7. Her artistic abilities and life experience have been featured on several television programmes, including CNN and the Oprah Winfrey Show.

Both children share many similarities in their heavenly experiences, including the fact that they were both four years old when they first had their noted heavenly experiences, that they both believe in the possibility of an afterlife, that they both believe in the existence of God, Jesus, and heaven, and many other things.

ArtSoulWorks: A Brief Overview ArtSoulWorks, the licensors of Art by Akiane, now sells the paintings of Akiane Kramarik, the now-famous small girl who painted Jesus, as well as other works by the artist.

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Opinion: Akiane Kramarik, the woman artist whom God taught to paint

Let us introduce you to Akiane Kramarik. Ms. Kramarik, now 23 years old, was a child prodigy from Illinois, United States, who completed a painting of Jesus when she was just eight years old. The image of Jesus, known as the “Prince of Peace,” helped to establish her as a miracle kid in the eyes of the public. It should be noted that she possessed no official training. She only had her ‘visions’ to rely on. Hers is a narrative that confounds and intrigues a large number of people. Ms. Kramarik was 5 years old when she inexplicably vanished on a wet spring day.

  1. Her parents, understandably, were distraught and pleaded with everyone to help them locate their lost daughter.
  2. However, they were unable to locate anything.
  3. So that’s what’s unusual about it.
  4. Kramarik claims that during the whole time period in which people were attempting to locate her, she was always in the vicinity of them, but was simply invisible.
  5. Kramarik explains in response to the interview questions that she graciously agreed to answer.
  6. Despite the fact that she had grown up without any religious influence, she suddenly began to speak about God in her conversations.
  7. “When I was a youngster, my images were powerful and clear, but I lacked the patience and talent to depict them in paint.

My visions came back, and with them, my enthusiasm for painting.

“The story is told in detail in the documentary ‘Painting the Impossible,'” she explains.

After all, she was a very little child when she first began to experience them.

Only later, when Ms.

“No one else, with the exception of my mother, could comprehend what was going on,” she recounts.

The artist acknowledges that her “painting approach is pretty complex—there are hundreds of layers that are constructed in order to elicit varied emotional responses from the viewer in my art.” ‘Jesus’ is one of her most beloved and emotionally charged compositions.

“Sixteen Lives in the Wind” and “Jesus” were the most emotional for her.

Jesus, ‘Lily of the Valley,’ “The Dreamer,” “Jesus,” “Metamorphosis,” “Immortal,” and “Today” are a few of her other favorite songs to listen to.

and 7 a.m., while the rest of the world is sleeping.

Another of her major works, ‘Enlightenment,’ tells the story of a Hindu monk who traversed the world to see her in person.

Kramarik believes.

“India is a work of art,” she believes.

This country is one-of-a-kind in terms of its history and people, its hopes and spirituality, its aspirations, and the remarkable advances and breakthroughs it has made in every facet of life.

(Others) Curiosity piques my interest as to what motivates and encourages this bright young mind to keep going.

There is a visible and an invisible side to existence.

“My God, as well as my family, have been my sources of guidance,” she adds.

The paintings I’ve done depict every city and hamlet I’ve visited, every hut and palace, every forest and sea, every peasant and government official I’ve met.


At the age of 23, she is still a devout adherent of such views.

As an artist, she expresses gratitude to her parents, who she credits with always reminding her that “purity and humility were the most crucial basis” for her development as a creative person.

The media’s attention was something I didn’t appreciate.

The only reason she was able to feel comfortable on ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ was because she was unaware of how inspiring and well-known Oprah was.

“The interview triggered a chain reaction, and hundreds of journalists from across the world have since expressed interest in learning more about my life and my work,” she explains.

When she is not painting, Ms.

During her spare time, she also enjoys cooking, riding her bicycle around, and simply observing people.

“I try to be one with God on a daily basis.

The presence of God permeates all we do.

Every minute of my life, I am cognizant of the divine’s presence.

She aspires to inspire optimism and peace throughout the world via her paintings.

She is active with a number of charitable organizations and hopes to devote all of her spare time to humanitarian and educational causes.

She believes in the strength of the female species.

A future that is “much different from now.” It is her intention to discuss how and why women should support and encourage one another.

* (Disclaimer: The comments presented above are the author’s own personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect the views of ZMCL.)

little girl who drew jesus – The Blue Monkey Restaurant & Pizzeria

The oldest known portrait of Jesus, found in Syria and dated to about 235, shows him as a beardless young man of authoritative and dignified bearing. He is depicted dressed in the style of a young philosopher, with close-cropped hair and wearing a tunic and pallium—signs of good breeding in Greco-Roman society.

Did Colton Burpo see Jesus?

During emergency surgery for a ruptured appendix in 2003, Colton, then 4 years old, reported sitting on Jesus’ lap while being serenaded by angels, seeing Jesus riding a rainbow-colored horse, and witnessing Mary bowing before God’s throne.

What family owns the Prince of Peace painting?

The original Prince of Peace, created by then-8-year-old painting prodigy Akiane Kramarik, was revealed for the first time in more than 15 years in November of this year. Instantaneously, it was acquired for $850,000 by an unidentified American art buyer.

Is Heaven is for real a true story?

Heaven is for Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back is a Christian book authored by Todd Burpo and Lynn Vincent that was released by Thomas Nelson Publishers in 2010. It was a New York Times best-selling Christian book in 2010. The book contains the account of Burpo’s three-year-old son Colton, who had a near-death experience.

What is the story behind the Prince of Peace painting?

Painting by the Prince of Peace Her experiences of Jesus-related visions, as well as a chance encounter with a carpenter who looked like the Jesus of her dreams, served as inspiration for the painting’s face characteristics. Akiane eventually tracked out the person who had acquired the picture, but they were hesitant to sell it to her.

What did Colton Burpo see in heaven?

During the interview, Colton claims to have seen the approaching Armageddon when he was in the presence of God. During the war, he claims to have witnessed his father battling as one of the “good people” who were fighting against the “evil ones.”

What day is Jesus’s birthday?

The Virgin Mary, who was nine months pregnant with the son of God, would have given birth to Jesus on the winter solstice, nine months after the conception of the child. From Rome, the celebration of Christ’s birth spread to other Christian churches in the west and east, and by the end of the fourth century, the majority of Christians were commemorating Christ’s birth on December 25.

Who painted Jesus crucifixion?

Diego Velázquez is a painter who lives in Mexico City.

Who is the guy in Jesus picture?

It is Warner Sallman’s light-eyed, light-haired “Head of Christ” from 1940, which is depicted in this photograph. Sallman, a former commercial artist who specialized in creating artwork for advertising campaigns, was successful in marketing this photograph across the world. The Head of Christ is a 1940 painting by Warner Sallman.

Did Jesus have a wife?

King stated in a news statement that “Christian tradition has long claimed that Jesus was not married, even though no trustworthy historical evidence exists to support that assertion.”

What time was Jesus alive?

Based on these approaches, the majority of experts believe that Jesus was born between 6 and 4 BC, and that his teaching began about AD 27–29 and lasted between one and three years.

They estimate that Jesus’ death took place between AD 30 and AD 36, depending on the source. a little girl who drew a picture of Jesus

Who Wrote the Bible?

Moses is credited with writing the books of Genesis through Deuteronomy (the first five books of the Bible as well as the whole Torah) around 1,300 B.C. according to both Jewish and Christian dogma. Although this is true, there are certain problems with it, such as the absence of evidence that Moses actually existed.

Where is Colton Burpo today?

Colton appears to have completed his studies at Victory College in 2019 and is currently a resident of Eagle County, Colorado. Since his heavenly experience, he has also traveled extensively, including to major places such as New York and Los Angeles, to share his tale and appear on television programs.

What happened to Alex Malarkey?

Alex Malarkey, six years old, and his father Kevin were engaged in an automobile accident on a roadway near Rushsylvania, Ohio, on November 14, 2006. A number of injuries were sustained in the collision, including a serious spinal injury, severe neck injuries, and brain damage. He was rendered quadriplegic and was hospitalized for two months after the tragedy.

What happened in the book Heaven is for real?

Heaven Is for Real is the true story of a four-year-old son of a small-town Nebraska pastor who, while undergoing emergency surgery, loses consciousness and enters the realm of the dead. He survives and begins to speak of being able to look down and see the doctor working as his father prays in the waiting room, as well as other things.

How old is akiane now?

27 years have passed (July 9, 1994)

Who painted the Last Supper?

27 years have passed since the beginning of the year (July 9, 1994)

Who went to heaven?

Enoch and Elijahare are claimed to have been carried into heaven while still alive and without having experienced bodily death, according to scripture.

How old is Connor Corum?

14 years have elapsed (2007)

Where is Kevin Malarkey now?

Malarkey presently resides in Huntsville, Ohio, where he relies on Social Security benefits and financial assistance from his mother to make ends meet.

How old is Colton in heaven is for real?

Colton Burpo, a 14-year-old boy, recounts Heaven to Megyn Kelly during an interview. … Heaven is a real place (2014)

Connor Corum Colton Burpo Born:May 19, 1999Birthplace: Imperial, Nebraska, USA

What year was Heaven Is For Real made?

During an interview with Megyn Kelly, Colton Burpo, 14 years old, depicts Heaven to her. … Heaven is a genuine state of existence (2014)

Who played the little boy in heaven is for real?

Greg Kinnear says the young actor who appeared in ‘Heaven Is for Real’ “shocked us all.” Kinnear speaks with TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie about his new film, “Heaven Is for Real,” which is based on the best-selling book of the same name, as well as on child actor Connor Corum, who plays his kid and whom Kinnear describes as having a “natural ability” for performing.

How many children did Mary and Joseph have?

When Joseph was forty years old, he married a lady who went by the names Melcha or Escha to some, Salome to others; they were married for forty-nine years and had six children, two girls and four boys, the youngest of them was James (the Less, “the Lord’s brother,” according to others).

How long was Jesus on the cross for death?

Jesus was nailed on the cross around nine o’clock in the morning, and He died at approximately three o’clock in the afternoon. As a result, Jesus spent approximately 6 hours on the crucifixion.

Did Jesus celebrate his birthday?

It is not true.Jesus’ followers never observed his birthday.

Christians in the first century were not interested in knowing the day of anyone’s birthday, let alone celebrating it.

Who was the first person crucified?

In Herodotus’ account of Polycrates’ execution in 522 BC, the ruler of Samos was put to death by the Persians and his dead corpse was subsequently crucified. This post-mortem crucifixion may be the world’s earliest crucifixion.

”Painting The Impossible” by Akiane Kramarik

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About The Author

The deadline for submissions is May 29, 2021. 1 minute to read The world has been shocked by people who have accomplished amazing achievements at a young age, and Akiane Kramarik is one of these persons. She is a poet and painter from the United States. She began drawing at the age of four, while she was still in diapers. Prince of Peace is her most well-known picture, which she produced when she was eight years old.

Early Life

Akiane Kramarik is a young artist who is considered a “child prodigy” in the art world. Akiane Kramarik was born on July 9, 1994, in Mount Morris, Illinois, to a Lithuanian mother and a non-practicing Catholic American father. She is the youngest of three children. Akiane claimed that she had a dream in which she saw the face of Jesus Christ. Her formal education was finished at home, but she had begun her formal education at a parochial school earlier in her career. When she was born, her family lived in close proximity to a major nuclear power station.

When asked about her family’s financial situation, she stated that they were too poor to have a kitchen and that they had very little furniture aside from a mattress and a chair and three pots, a little bookcase, a few hand-made books, and two iron cast pans on a portable burner.


Akiane is a self-taught artist who claims to have had a personal encounter with Jesus Christ when she was four years old. Jesus urged her to sketch and paint her vision on a piece of paper, which she did. She began to sketch and paint when she was four years old, and she began to write poems when she was seven years old. She created a painting of Jesus when she was eight years old. It was sold for a premium price of 10,000 US dollars since it was a fully completed self-portrait. In Akiane Kramarik’s paintings, the resemblance of Jesus Christ, children, animals, and a self-portrait are shown, all of which are highly spiritual in nature.

Some of her artwork were also acquired by the United States Embassy in Singapore.


Akiane poses with her iconic picture of Jesus, which is now on display. Akiane made her television debut on The Oprah Winfrey Show when she was just ten years old.

The 12-year-old was also interviewed by CNN. During her appearances on The Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Katie in 2005 and 2012, respectively, Akiane Kramarik was a guest. In 2016, Akiane was given the honor of being inducted into the Happiness Hall of Fame.

Prince of Peace

Prince of Peace, according to Akiane Kramarik, is the artwork that she remembers the most and enjoys the most. She was on the lookout for the ideal face that might assist her in creating a picture from her dream. Akiane was eight years old when she seen a carpenter who resembled the face of Jesus, which she afterwards identified as Jesus. To complete the image, it required 40 hours of effort on my part. It was intended for display at an exhibition, but it was stolen and sold without the owner’s permission.

The portrait painting of Akiane “Prince of Peace” was found by the artist’s family in December of this year and sold to a private collector for 850000 US dollars in December of this year.

Additionally, see:Alma Deutscher: Former Musical Child Prodigy.

Interview: Akiane speaks of heaven and paintings

December 31, 2014HUNTINGDON, PA – February 21, 2012HUNTINGDON, PA – February 21, 2012 – The paintings of Heaven and God by Akiane Kramarik are astounding in their beauty. They are both realistic and ethereal at the same time. Yet, despite their material nature, they capture the intangible. They are aesthetically pleasing while remaining natural. They convey love, but the love is more felt than seen in their portrayal. Like the 17-year-old artist and prodigy, the paintings arouse the imagination, conjuring up images of things bigger than those that may be found on the surface of the planet.

  1. Akiane began drawing when she was four years old, and by the age of six, she was painting on canvas.
  2. Despite the fact that her parents were atheists at the time, their little daughter’s drawings of Heaven and Jesus Christ, whom she referred to as “God,” left them both perplexed and fascinated.
  3. In addition to being of Lithuanian descent, Akiane’s mother, Foreli, had no religious background or belief system.
  4. Akiane sought to explain what it is like to experience a “vision from God” in an interview with the “Lori’s Centiments” section of The Washington Times’ Communities section, which can be seen here.
  5. The fact that I know a vision will occur when I least expect it means I am not anxious about waiting for one to appear.
  6. When she looks at a painting that was inspired by a vision, such as “Prince of Peace,” she is able to vividly recall the vision, albeit she must stare at the picture in order for it to be completely brought to her conscious mind.
  7. During an interview with CNN, she depicts God as “like a bow of light – extremely pure, extremely masculine, extremely strong, and extremely large.

Akiane claims to have witnessed some of the most awe-inspiring scenes in Heaven, which she claims to have witnessed through divine insights.

My memories of Heaven and visions, on the other hand, are fading, and new experiences are being produced as time progresses.

We co-create our world in the manner in which we choose and require it.

“All of the colors were out of this world.

“The flowers were just beautiful,” she says.

It is possible that Akiane’s most well-known picture of Heaven is “Supreme Sanctuary,” which displays an elaborate structure on a hill surrounded by odd, yet innately lovely flowers of every colour, bathed in sunlight and warmth.

Additionally, Akiane writes poetry, which she often uses to explain a picture or vision that she has had.

In the same-hued gardens, there have been no reflections collected.

Something about the prospect of being mixed up into the chaste colours of all events excites me.

Which is the only way to go to the Light.

Her response included the statement that God “is love.” A connection with God, according to Akiane, is characterized by the presence of love and purity in one’s heart.

Not only have her paintings sold for extremely high prices, ranging from $5,000 to $3 million, but they have also clearly had an impact on the hearts and minds of those who have come into contact with them.

She has also piqued the interest of the general public in regards to God and Heaven, causing those who did not believe to take notice and question how a young child could be blessed with such a gift if it were not for a loving God.

When she finished one of her paintings, for example, Akiane stated, “I believe that every painting is a tough piece of a jigsaw for me and others to solve.” When I see that everything has been done, I feel both humble and delighted.” Paintings take up four to five hours of Akiane’s time each day, with the majority of her work done in acrylics or oil.

  1. She, along with her siblings Delfi, Jean Lia, Ilia, and Aurelius, are homeschooled in their hometown of Sandpoint, Idaho, where they live with their mother.
  2. She can communicate in Lithuanian, Russian, and English.
  3. In addition, she likes sculpting and making stop motion or clay motion short films, among other things.
  4. “For a true artist, life is a genuine academy in which to learn.
  5. Since I was eight years old, I have been instructing youngsters in the arts.

As a lifelong learner, I am always motivated to try new things and venture into uncharted territory.” “Unknown areas” that Akiane has explored seem to concentrate mostly around her spirituality, which she depicts in her paintings with such passion and zeal that her works appear to almost come to life in their own right.

  1. The gossamer-like robe that surrounds the angel contributes to the painting’s airy, ephemeral atmosphere, pulling the viewers in and making them yearn for more information.
  2. Many of us have been spared from several accidents, and we are completely unaware of it.
  3. To depict the role of the guardian angels, I combined many dimensions in this painting: with wings that are invisible to human sight, but visible through the see-through energy barrier, the youthful angel is rescuing a falling infant without any strain, difficulty, or fear.
  4. It is simple for an angel to preserve our physical bodies; nevertheless, it is difficult for her to accept that, according to God’s commandments, she must occasionally allow someone to fall or be injured.
  5. There is no denying the beauty and amazement instilled in the viewer’s mind by Akiane’s artworks.

In addition, it is impossible to ignore the beauty of the artist herself. She embodies a certain kindness and beauty that radiates from within her till it reaches her face. More information and comments may be found by clicking here. Hover your mouse over the word “Hide” to hide it.

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Who is the little girl that painted Jesus?

Akiane Kramarik’s full name is Akiane Kramarik. The Chicago-area prodigy Akiane Kramarik created a reputation for herself in the art world when she was just eight years old, thanks to a painting of Jesus that began her professional art career. Then the artwork vanished, was wrongly sold, and was kept out of the public eye for over two decades, until it was discovered.

Did the Keanes really paint in court?

At the 1986 trial, the genuine Margaret Keane (on the left) is questioned by a reporter. In the film, Amy Adams plays a prosecutor who is on trial for murder. Was there really a paint-off between Margaret and Walter in court? Yes.

Who painted children painting?

Children’s Portraits in Paintings (Van Gogh series)

Portrait of Camille Roulin
Artist Vincent van Gogh
Year 1888
Medium Oil on canvas
Dimensions 40.5 cm × 32.5 cm (15.9 in × 12.8 in)

How did Piet Mondrian make his art?

The paint used in his paintings was always mixed by Mondrian himself; he never used paint straight out of a tube while creating his works. As in this picture, he frequently employed basic colors — red, yellow, and blue – in his work. He considered the placement of the lines, such as those seen in this artwork, with great attention to detail.

Who painted the famous picture of Jesus?

Warner Sallman is an American actor. It is the 127th birthday of an artist whose name you are unlikely to recognize, but whose work is often considered to be the most extensively circulated of the twentieth century. Despite the fact that he never left Chicago, Warner Sallman had an impact on how many Christians throughout the world perceived Jesus, for better or ill.

Who actually painted the big eyes?

Margaret D. H. Keane is an American author and poet. Recognized for her paintings of figures with large eyes, Margaret D. H. Keane (born Peggy Doris Hawkins, September 15, 1927) is an American artist best known for her portraits of people with large eyes.

Who is the painter of painting motherchild?

1. Klimt’s MotherChild (Klimt’s MotherChild). Gustav Klimt, an Austrian artist, produced this iconic and exquisite mother and child picture in the early 1900s. It is 180 cm by 180 cm (71 in x 71 in) in size in its original form.

Who is the painter of mother and child painting?

‘MotherChild’ by Klimt is the first of these works. Gustav Klimt, an Austrian artist, created this iconic and exquisite mother and child painting. It is 180 cm by 180 cm (71 in x 71 in) in size in its original state.

Who is the director of my kid could paint that?

My Child Was Able to Paint That is a documentary film directed by Amir Bar-Lev, which was released in 2007. Following the early creative career of Marla Olmstead, a little girl from Binghamton, New York, who first finds acclaim as a child prodigy abstract painter, and then becomes the focus of debate over whether she actually is a child prodigy painter, the film.

Which is the sequel to Jaihind in Tamil?

In Hindi, the film is titled Jaihind 2 (which translates as “Victory to India!”). It is also known in Tamil as Arjunin Jai Hind 2, and it is a 2014 Indian multilingual action-thriller film directed and produced by Arjun. It is a sequel to the Tamil film Jai Hind, and it was also released in Kannada under the title Abhimanyu at the same time.

Is the movie Jaihind 2 a good movie?

“Arjunin Jai Hind 2 is the type of film about which you shrug and say, “Well, if you loved Jai Hind.”, according to The Hindu.

In the event that you have to see a film about a one-man army, there isn’t much worse than watching one in which Arjun appears.

How old was Akiane Kramarik when she painted Christ?

In this painting of Christ, Akiane’s Kramarik was eight years old at the time of its creation. Her mother was an atheist, and she was raised as such. She is regarded as a kid prodigy. Her artwork and website will remain in your memory for a long time. She possesses extraordinary abilities and is intensely dedicated to her life’s work. Akiane Kramarik’s song, “Mother’s Love.”

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