Thomas Kinkade Studios is known for creating beautiful paintings of favorite destinations near and far, and because we travel is hard at this time, we wanted to create a special getaway for our collectors. We hope this series of videos, featuring some of our best-loved destination paintings, gives you a few moments of peace, hope for the future, and a reminder that all of us around the world are united as we get through this time together.
TIME TO GET TRANSPORTED
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London – a classic work of art by Thomas Kinkade that gives you a stunning view of Big Ben, the Westminster Bridge, and the House of Parliament.
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San Francisco, Powell Street – Thomas Kinkade’s 19th Limited Ediiton release dedicated to one of his favorite cities. This arwork features the world-famous Sir Francis Drake Hotel with its famous Starlite Roof adorned by its landmark spinning star.
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Venetian Cafe – Transports us to the romantic Grand Canal of Italy, with its stunning views of Saint Mark’s Basilica at sunset.
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Munich Cafe – Travel with us to Germany and roam the stunning Bavarian streets in “Munich Cafe”.
5 thoughts on “Virtual Vacations”
Is there a gallery in the London area, as I understand that the Bluewater one has been closed for sometime now.
How can new works come out when the artist is gone?
Thom, the famed “Painter of Light,” loved to share his passion for art and his creative process with other artists throughout his career. Thom believed in supporting artist development and exchanged ideas with artists. Through this collaborative environment, Thom passed down his methods and imparted the techniques, concepts, and vision for his signature Kinkadian style.
Today, the artists of Thomas Kinkade Studios apply many of the same techniques created and used by Thom during his lifetime; from sketching to digital and oil brushwork, to image recapture and his use of light. Over time, these mastered skills have evolved into a Kinkadian style of art adored by art collectors around the world.
Mr. Linkage I came across a painting some years back. That I took a liking too and I took it. God has brought it upon my heart to let you know and will try to come up with the money. To actually purchase it. Because, I do not want to let go of it. Need mailing address to mail the money. Little ole church
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