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red-lipstick:

Katie Scott (UK) - Untitled     Drawings

red-lipstick:

Katie Scott (UK) - Untitled     Drawings




deathtouchxoxo:

Keep It Trippy


quotelounge:

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stupidf-ck:

This picture titled ‘Prince of Peace’ was painted by eight year old Akiane Kramarik. At the age of four she started having visions of heaven. A four year old named Colton Burpo underwent immediate appendix surgery and claimed Jesus had taken him to heaven during the procedure. Colton described to his parents over time how Jesus looked and what he saw for his short time in heaven. Colton’s parents would point out pictures of Jesus and ask, “Is this him?” Colton would reply with “No. The ears are wrong.” or “No, the eyes aren’t right” His parents did this very often and not once did they find a picture that had no errors. Colton’s father showed him this picture and asked “What’s wrong with this one?” He simply replied, “Dad, that one’s right. That’s Jesus!”

stupidf-ck:

This picture titled ‘Prince of Peace’ was painted by eight year old Akiane Kramarik. At the age of four she started having visions of heaven. A four year old named Colton Burpo underwent immediate appendix surgery and claimed Jesus had taken him to heaven during the procedure. Colton described to his parents over time how Jesus looked and what he saw for his short time in heaven. Colton’s parents would point out pictures of Jesus and ask, “Is this him?” Colton would reply with “No. The ears are wrong.” or “No, the eyes aren’t right” His parents did this very often and not once did they find a picture that had no errors. Colton’s father showed him this picture and asked “What’s wrong with this one?” He simply replied, “Dad, that one’s right. That’s Jesus!”


salsabeela:

This is the painting of heaven according to Akiane. Really feels like home. Notice the richness of colors. 
SUPREME SANCTUARY (Age 11 - 2006)In heaven I believe there is a place where each of us will be able to choose and create a sanctuary.I believe that certain things will be somewhat similar to the earth and many things completely different.This is the garden and a mansion I would like to plant and build. In fact, the colors in the original painting are so unique and mysterious that it was almost impossible to reproduce them for the print reproduction.
By Akiane Kramarik
http://www.facebook.com/akianeart

salsabeela:

This is the painting of heaven according to Akiane. Really feels like home. Notice the richness of colors. 

SUPREME SANCTUARY (Age 11 - 2006)

In heaven I believe there is a place where each of us will be able to choose and create a sanctuary.

I believe that certain things will be somewhat similar to the earth and many things completely different.

This is the garden and a mansion I would like to plant and build. In fact, the colors in the original painting are so unique and mysterious that it was almost impossible to reproduce them for the print reproduction.

By Akiane Kramarik

http://www.facebook.com/akianeart


artsylace:

Tree of Life (Detail), 30” x 40”, 2007 (Age 12), Painting
Ever since I heard of her, Akiane Kramarik has been a huge   inspiration to me and the goals I have as an artist. Underneath her   fantastic work is an intriguing story. Akiane is an artistic and poetic   prodigy with both an American and Lithuanian heritage. She was born in   1994 and began painting only six years later. At four she had a  profound  vision of God that led her family from atheism to deep  spirituality,  and she creates each of her paintings with the goal of  that change of heart in mind for her  viewers.
It is of course impressive that this young girl can create such   amazing works at such a young age, but that is not the element of her   work that inspires me. I love her work because I too hope to create   works of art that speak to those who see them as manifestations of truth   and of God’s love. Though this is her goal, not all of her pieces   immediately appear to have a spiritual connection, but by reading her   explanations it becomes apparent that those are her intentions. Her   pieces are beautiful and insightful. Now, she is sixteen, and continues   to paint with a similar inspiration as she did in her early years. To   see all of her art, go to: http://www.artakiane.com/gallery

artsylace:

Tree of Life (Detail), 30” x 40”, 2007 (Age 12), Painting

Ever since I heard of her, Akiane Kramarik has been a huge inspiration to me and the goals I have as an artist. Underneath her fantastic work is an intriguing story. Akiane is an artistic and poetic prodigy with both an American and Lithuanian heritage. She was born in 1994 and began painting only six years later. At four she had a profound vision of God that led her family from atheism to deep spirituality, and she creates each of her paintings with the goal of that change of heart in mind for her viewers.

It is of course impressive that this young girl can create such amazing works at such a young age, but that is not the element of her work that inspires me. I love her work because I too hope to create works of art that speak to those who see them as manifestations of truth and of God’s love. Though this is her goal, not all of her pieces immediately appear to have a spiritual connection, but by reading her explanations it becomes apparent that those are her intentions. Her pieces are beautiful and insightful. Now, she is sixteen, and continues to paint with a similar inspiration as she did in her early years. To see all of her art, go to: http://www.artakiane.com/gallery




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