Personal Prayer Paintings



I dreamed I created medicine paintings for you.

In the dream, you contacted me with you prayers, your questions, your wishes and thanksgivings, and I entered into the process of sacred painting on your behalf.

At first, I wasn’t sure it could work in real life. The painting process is mysterious and personal.

What if I made a painting for you and you didn’t like it?

The funny thing is, not long after I had this dream, people began to contact me to ask if I would paint for them. One person after another, each request unique. Each circumstance, a different desire.

I knew I was being called into this process.

I began by offering group prayer paintings. Several women sent me their prayers. I wrote them on the canvas and the process began.

A few months later, I created my first Personal Prayer Painting for an individual.

She was familiar with my work and asked if I would paint for her because she was experiencing a profound loss.

I was honored she thought to ask me, but also nervous because the grief she was experiencing was deep. I felt a great sense of importance around the painting and the role I hoped it could play in her healing. When I started painting, however, the process took over

– which is to say, the Holy Spirit moved and God took over.

When I’m in the work, I’m a vessel. I paint intuitively and the veil between this world and the next grows thin.

Something happens on the canvas that doesn't have anything to do with me, but holds meaning and value for you, the recipient. 

Symbolic language showed up in the painting that had clear and direct meaning for her – the painting was a sort of sign for her. She knew she could trust her own intuition and connection.

It was an honor to create such a sacred piece for someone I care about.

In prayer painting on behalf of someone else, I enter a state of reverence and peace that is unmatched in my other work.


Here’s how it happens:

Make Your Selection: Choose a canvas size and payment option that suits you best.

After Your Purchase: I will contact you with the email address you provide and ask you a few questions about your prayer.

What I Do Next: I’ll open my heart and connect to you with prayer and meditation, and create a painting for you in response.

There’s no way to predict what your painting will look like, or what will show up there. Each painting is completely unique to you. But. You can trust that whatever happens is what’s meant for you.

With your painting, you will also receive a brief letter outlining the intuitive impressions I experienced while creating your painting*

Receiving Your Painting: If you’re in the Lexington area, you can pick-up your painting. Otherwise, I can ship anywhere in the U.S.


*What does this mean?

This piece of the offering is a bit like getting an intuitive reading - but it's not predictive. I'm not reading your mind. It's not magic. It's just perception. 

It's seeing with the heart.

These paintings talk

After I've completed your painting, I sit with it and listen.

Then I write a little note to you, sharing what I heard.

Your painting will talk to you, too, because in the words of Joni Mitchell, what you and I are doing when we enter into this process together is touching souls.




From the moment I knew my prayer painting was on its way to me, I was eagerly awaiting its arrival! Opening up the package when it arrived was better than Christmas morning. And then seeing her face for the first time, the woman in my painting; well, it felt like I was seeing a part of my soul I hadn’t yet met. Something deep within, that I didn’t know, I didn’t know was there. She’s been with me for a little over a week now and every day, I feel she reveals a new secret to me and holds space for the woman I desire to be and become. The prayer that I sent to Lori-Lyn for my painting was in short, ‘Fulfillment’. And what I got was just that and more. She is a vision for my future. A calling, to my greatest possible path. A blessing. I am in love with Lori-Lyn and her personalized prayer paintings!
— Megan Monique Lewis
Megan and her Prayer Painting

Megan and her Prayer Painting