After enduring a winter that overstayed its welcome, we could all use a little extra light in our lives. Who better to turn to than the late Thomas Kinkade for some warm, life-affirming artwork?
Park West Gallery is proud to present a special collection of 27 works on canvas by the “Painter of Light,” including four works recently released from the archives. This sale is only around for a limited time, so be sure to view the full collection here.
Park West Gallery has worked with Kinkade and his studio since 2002. In Art Brand Studio’s 2016 edition of “Thomas Kinkade,” Park West Gallery Founder and CEO Albert Scaglione recalls how the gallery has witnessed the positive impact Kinkade’s radiant art has on its collectors firsthand.
“We, at Park West Gallery, will always be grateful for the years we were able to spend working with him, and are equally grateful to his studio for continuing his legacy and our relationship, so that his journey to bring the pleasures of art to so many, is still moving on,” Scaglione says.
Park West’s sale features quintessential Kinkade imagery—cozy cottages, majestic mountains, and rustic gardens, all portrayed in the bright pastels and ethereal light that earned Kinkade the moniker “Painter of Light.”
“What I paint touches on foundational life values. Home, family, peacefulness,” Kinkade once said. “And one of those messages I try to constantly get across is, ‘Slow it down and enjoy every moment.’”
Disney fans will want to check out Kinkade’s Disney Dreams Collection, depicting classic animated films like “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Lion King,” and “Peter Pan.” Kinkade brings these familiar characters to life with incredible detail and his signature luminosity, capturing them like no other artist can.
Kinkade always believed in the quality of his art. Each of the sale’s 27 limited-edition artworks is created on premium canvas and carefully hand embellished by skilled artisans. Each work faithfully recalls the color, mood, and texture of Kinkade’s original brushstrokes.
Kinkade’s blend of technique, traditional values, and accessible imagery made him one of the most collected living artists until his passing in 2012.
Discover for yourself the magic of Kinkade art by viewing the collection. Contact our gallery consultants at (800) 521-9654 ext. 4 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to collect these amazing works.