In our online art gallery, you can see how Akiane Kramarik’s paintings demonstrate an ever-deepening understanding of God

The world was astounded by Akiane Kramarik’s first painting, the “Prince of Peace.” Plus, this little girl’s beautiful portrait of Jesus gained even more credibility when Colton Burpo, the subject of Heaven is for Real  identified Akiane’s depiction of Jesus as the real face of Jesus he saw in heaven.

Akiane’s mission is to help others see God.

Even from a very young age, Akiane understood why she was given her gift and how she was to use it. “I have been blessed by God – and if I’m blessed, there is one reason and one reason only, and that is to help others. I want my art to draw people’s attention to God and I want my poetry to keep it there.”

 

In our online Akiane Kramarik Art Gallery, you’ll see how Akiane’s paintings reveal her understanding of Jesus and heaven.

While Akiane admits that her earliest experiences have faded, her understanding of heaven and God has actually expanded. Her relationship with Jesus remains one of pure wonder, humbleness, and gratitude. Akiane believes that only love can bring us closer to God’s almighty truth, wisdom, and happiness. Jesus is love and the only path to God, heaven, and joy.

Akiane Kramarik’s paintings painstakingly convey her relationship with God. For example, Akiane painted and re-painted Jesus’ hands in “Father Forgive Them” until she felt the image was strong enough to emotionally transport everyone who saw it to the Garden of Gethsemane.

Akiane has always said that the colors in heaven are more intense – many aren’t even seen on earth at all. That’s why she noted that she struggled while painting “Supreme Sanctuary.” She just didn’t have access all to the colors she saw in heaven – yet this is close! If you have ever asked yourself, “What does heaven look like?” Supreme Sanctuary gives us a glimpse!

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