Akiane Kramarik prodigy artist behind the painting Prince of Peace looks into the future and describes her vision of how she sees the world and mankind evolving.
Akiane Kramarik is a child prodigy turned worldwide inspiration and she is here to share her gift of goodness and message to the world.
Find out what she believes is the most important lesson for humanity and discover how this amazing twenty year old woman is changing lives one painting and poem at a time. Akiane is a gift and there is no way to truly understand how special she is until hearing her speak about her love for others and how she sees the world. Stand by for greatness!
Akiane’s Full Interview! Her words of wisdom and hope will inspire you!
In a moment of reflection she closes her eyes and wisps the audience away into her vision for a painting that has not yet been started on canvas, but appears in her mind with vivid brightness. Her future painting is that of LOVE, what it looks like, what it feels like and what it means in her life. Akiane describes with deep detail the light that she has always seen and the light that has guided her with every paint stroke.
Listen to this two minute description of her future painting vision of love!
Akiane’s life began in an unusual way, with an underwater home birth in a shack on the edge of a cornfield.
Although during her first years the family experienced severe hardships, Akiane grew up in a nurturing home-schooling environment. Her mother was a Lithuanian immigrant teacher and her father a chef from Chicago. In their rural Illinois home the family had no friends, no relatives, no television or radio, and their life was quite simple: long walks in nature, open conversations, and hands on explorations of knowledge.
When Akiane was four years old, even though the family was indifferent to spirituality or religion, suddenly she started experiencing vivid impressions about invisible realms and a great desire to express them through art utilizing whatever medium was found on hand: candles, lipstick, fruits, vegetables, charcoal or pencils.
Though once in while she would share many details about the self-aware universes she was seeing, most of her spiritual experiences, however, she kept secret, so as not to overwhelm her parents. “It is not time yet for you to know what I see. When that time comes, then you will know.”
Whether it was Akiane’s vivid imagination or real experiences, her realistic drawings of mostly faces, undoubtedly impressed everybody, and during the first local art exhibitions people often had a hard time believing that the work could actually be created by such a young child.
Soon afterwards, Akiane plunged into the world of colors, and a few more years later into the world of poetry leaving her family and audiences puzzled.
Gradually the days became filled with thinking, painting and writing, and at the tender age of eight the self-taught prodigy completed her first five-foot long oil paintings mastering realism equal to that of a seasoned artist.
The media took immediate notice, and her unique story rapidly circled the nation. Oprah Winfrey was the first to discover this nine-year-old’s gift, and once she shared it during her show, Akiane’s fame took off. Soon every continent was reporting her breathtaking story.
Since then, she has been called a genius, a prodigy, a crystal child, an indigo, a messenger, a visionary, an ambassador, and the first true master of the 21st century. Completely unconcerned about all the labels or the accolades about her, Akiane, now seventeen, continues to express herself through art and poetry, inspiring and changing countless lives one person at a time.
Those who have gotten to know this young genius, find her joyful, gentle, dedicated, modest and unpretentious. The young painter seems to be completely focused on her work getting up at four in the morning, for many hours painting in her studio, detail after detail, layer after layer, month after month—sometimes spending as much as four months on a single masterpiece.