Born into a polygamist sect Kaziah knows the meaning of freedom because she had to fight to gain hers. Armed with oils and brushes the story of a complicated survivor unfolds as she brings new life into the world and adopts a nation…of fallen soldiers.
While many talk about supporting our troops, Kaziah actually does. She has found a way to make sure that the faces of our fallen service members in Iraq and Afghanistan are seen and never forgotten. To date Kaziah has personally painted over 1,200 portraits of our service members killed in action as a gift to their families. Together with three other artists in her non-profit organization, they have painted over 2,800 portraits.
Goat rancher Kaziah Hancock lives close to the earth and everyday experiences the meaning of life and death. On her ranch in a remote valley overlooking a mountainous landscape she owns a hundred head of goats….and fifty of them are ready to give birth. But she’s known as an American hero for her extraordinary and gifted work as an artist.
She’s tough, outspoken, and opens up her heart. In this documentary you will meet her kids, the people who influence her, understand the battles she has won, and come to love the world around her as she paints a portrait of one American soldier right before your eyes.