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Falcone’s Friday Five: Art from Akiane

When 16-year-old Akiane Kramarik was four, she began having visions she believed to be from God. In order to remember them, she began independently learning to sketch them out and eventually taught herself to paint them. She quickly gained renown as a child prodigy for the work she produced.

For this week’s Friday Five, I wanted to share five of my favorite works from Akiane. It’s always amazing to see the work of a true genius, someone doing exactly what they were born to do.

1. Found – Painted at age 9

2. Forbidden Fruit – Painted at age 10

3. Faithfulness – Painted at age 16

4. Wonder – Painted at Age 13

5. Love – Painted at age 13

Check out Akiane’s story, videos, poetry, and paintings at www.artakiane.com.

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6 comments on “Falcone’s Friday Five: Art from Akiane

  1. Shirley Whiteside McCormack
    January 20, 2012

    These pictures are absolutely beautiful. Truly a God given talent.

  2. Angela Mack
    January 22, 2012

    Thank you for sharing. Truly amazing.

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  4. pouringmyartout
    February 16, 2012

    Faithfulness is as good as the word itself. Thanks.

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