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The beautiful artwork of the late Thomas Kinkade can now be found at Dayspring.com
Siloam Springs, AR (PRWEB) March 23, 2013
Thomas Kinkade is an artist who has used his God-given talent, to inspire others in a divine manner. He created images that have a religious background, to offer comfort, and encouragement to the recipients. His art form is quite unique, given that many artists represent God, as an entity to be awed, and revered. His art is simplistic, and idealized; it offers comfort, and a sense of protection, rather than that of awe.
Thomas Kinkade is a native of Placerville, California, and attended the Art Center College of Design, where he honed his artistic skills. His love for art can be seen in the manner in which he named his four children, Merritt, Chandler, Winsor, and Everett; the names of famous artists. At times, people have considered him to be a controversial artist, a view that he gladly welcomed. Many of his critics claim that he produced art for the commercial aspect only, and never really created it for its beauty. Even though many aspects of his work are used for commercial purposes, there is a quality to his art, a quality that has and continues to encourage and inspire many. His Christian faith played a great role in his marketing decisions, and his sole intent was to provide life-affirming, inspirational, artistic messages to the world. Now these beautiful pieces can be found at DaySpring.com
Thomas Kinkade was driven to spread morality and encouragement, through beautiful art. All his children had “Christian” as their middle name, showing the depth of his faith. It is no surprise that he used his art to touch people in a divine manner, helping them attain happiness, and peace in their lives. Most of his work bears quotes from the scripture.
Although a majority of his work had a religious theme, Kinkade also created art depicting the various places that he had visited. His art can bring about fond memories of geographical places.
Kinkade passed away in the year 2012, but his work still lives on. One of the reasons for this is the fact that he conceptualized all his mass-produced works, and then gave them to his studio assistants to help with the finishing. The Thomas Kinkade Studio Artists have produced post-humus works, which bear his name, and can be found in various online stores.
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