Winsor Kinkade Gallery Wraps are perfect for any space. Each wrap is crafted with our premium canvas reproduction techniques and hand wrapped around a deep, hardwood stretcher-bar. Hung as an ensemble or by itself, this frame-less presentation gives you a versatile way to display art in your home.
- Time-Limited to December 31, 2019
- Hand Signed by Winsor Kinkade
- Premium canvas substrate
- Hand-stretched on wooden stretcher bars
- Certificate of authenticity included
The awe-inspiring views of the California coast are some of my favorite scenes to paint. Reflections was created after spending an afternoon sketching at a hidden cove, feeling energized by the salty sea breeze and the sound of the seagulls. My love for seascape scenes began as a child, watching my dad paint en plein aire as my sisters and I played in the waves.
Reflections captures the magic of the sea. The moss-covered rocks emerging from the water are mirrored in the calm waves that seem to kiss the beach. The sea becomes a mirror that displays the beauty of the clear blue sky above. I can imagine being at this very beach with my bare feet in the sand, seeing the Reflections of the world in the water.
Using broad strokes and thick oil paint, Reflections engages the imagination and invites the viewer to envision themselves at their favorite seaside getaway.
In cooperation with The Kinkade Family Foundation
Through December 31, 2019, 100% of the proceeds of the sales of Winsor Kinkade’s 16”x 20” Reflections Gallery Wrapped Canvases will support The Kinkade Family Foundation’s programming and humanitarian efforts. As a special thank you for your donation, Winsor will be signing a limited number of these Reflections Gallery Wraps. Carrying on Thomas Kinkade’s legacy of giving back is the basis of The Foundation’s mission, and the Kinkade Family is truly grateful for your support. Read More…
About The Artist
Winsor Kinkade is an artist living and working in San Francisco, California. Kinkade grew up in Northern California inspired by her natural surroundings and was mentored by her father, artist Thomas Kinkade. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Communications Studies and Fine Art at the University of San Francisco in 2017.