On her countryside farm in Salt Lake City, Kazaih raises goats. And paints. "I paint people I can relate to and the wildlife and countryside I love," 58 year old says. In 2002, Kaziah sent a note to a Gloria Johnson to see if she could do a portrait of her son, an Army private who died in an ambush in Iraq. Gloria agreed, and Kaziah's portrait moved her to tears! Kaziah continued her humanitarian experiment -- without taking any political sides -- and today, more than 200 portraits later, she's still at it. Oh, and she doesn't sell her art; she gifts it!
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