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There's nothing like getting an inside look at what an artist was thinking and how he was inspired to create such wonderfully detailed works of art. Read on to get a behind the scenes look at Thomas Kinkade thoughts on these Favorite Inspirational gallery wraps:

Gallery Wrap Choices

  • Garden of Prayer - "Perhaps in a garden we are closer to our creator. We certainly are closer to His creation. My prayer is that this painted garden will be a meeting place for many that would speak to their God in the silence of morning."
  • Hour of Prayer - "The Hour of Prayer anticipates the dawning of a Peaceful Kingdom when time will be no more and prayer will be a direct communion with the divine. Until then, we must content ourselves with such glimpses of immortality as can be found in the Garden of Prayer, which exists in the hearts of the faithful."
  • Pools of Serenity - "It may be that all of us carry in our souls a memory of Eden, the glorious garden where we came to know our Creator. That could account for the attraction I've long felt for gardens-resplendent in riotous colors and tranquil in their shadowy private spaces. Nanette and I take advantage of the romance of gardens to enrich our love. We've sought out their sheltered nooks to meet and talk and dream and remember."
  • The Cross - "As part of the redesign of the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina, I was asked to provide an image for use on a large wall. A very large wall - truly a moment of destiny for any artist. To create the oil painting that would be the basis for the final mural, I utilized one of the largest canvases I have ever attempted in my studio. A full 6 feet wide, this canvas would be enlarged to create the final epic sized mural. As I worked it was as if heavenly light began to pour upon the canvas. A final aspect of the creative process came when Franklin Graham himself suggested a fitting title for the work: The Cross. This simple title reflects the lifelong calling and legacy of his father, the evangelist Billy Graham. My prayer is that this painting will bring hope to many just as Billy Graham has brought hope to millions through the gospel message."
  • Good Shepherd's Cottage - "The Good Shepherd's Cottage is an allegory in paint, an image of the Lord returning to call His faith. His house is an utterly comfortable and secure cottage, radiant with light. THe air in luminous with sunset; the of His voice thrilling as He calls His sheep into a verdant meadow."

Gallery Wrap Details

  • Material:
  • Artwork: Canvas
  • Frame: Wood
  • Dimensions: 14"H x 14"W x 1-1/2"D
  • Weight: 1.08 lbs
  • Certificate of Authenticity: You'll receive a certificate of authenticity to denote this is a genuine piece of Thomas Kinkade Studios artwork.
  • Collection: Thomas Kinkade Studios
  • Country of Origin: USA

Please Note: Keep out of direct sunlight. Actual frame may vary.