"It's been really exciting because people are catching the vision of when you get one and you give one," explains Ramsey, "we're going to be able to reach all the Earth through project7billion.org."
In her downtown Abilene studio, Ramsey revealed the original "Lion of Judah," the inspiration behind the movement. Ramsey says while most people assume the work of art was done with paint brush and acrylics, it was actually created using pastels on a piece of cardboard.
"When I originally drew this," explains Ramsey, "the Holy Spirit was talking inside my ears telling me the next thing to do. When it was completed, that changed everything for me."
Ramsey explains how the process of creating the "Lion of Judah" was responsible for an inner transformation in her own work.
"I was an artist who was not doing art," she says, and I was healed by being obedient to His word."
Ramsey has continued to leave her individualistic mark on each print of her famous painting, by assigning each copy a number to track the progress to 7 billion copies worldwide.
"There is great value in this," says Ramsey. "In the art world you do a limited edition that makes the print more valuable, and the lower the number the more valuable the print is."
But as Ramsey explains, she chose to take a less traditional route with her work. By counting upwards to 7 billion, each owner who buys a copy of the "Lion of Judah" is able to track and always remember the impact they had as an individual with Project 7 Billion.
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