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Thomas Kincade Will Live On With Apps

Thomas Kinkade will be known as America's most collected living artist. Coming from a modest background, Kinkade emphasizes simple pleasures and inspirational messages through his paintings. As a devout Christian, Kinkade used his gift as a vehicle to communicate and spread inherent life-affirming values.

Kincade died at his California home over the weekend, his family said.He was 54.Family and friends recalled the artist as a generous man, who inspired others and will missed."He had a rare ability to exude a sense of warmth, a transcendent light," said Robert Goodwin, who wrote the book "Points of Light: A Celebration of the American Spirit of Giving," with Kinkade.

Thomas Kinkade Limited Edition Art combines old world craftsmanship with the finest materials and latest production technologies to produce extraordinary canvas and paper Artwork. Each image is carefully reproduced to Thom's exacting standards so that the image you bring into your home radiates the same brilliance of the original.

A free Thomas Kincade app is available for your iDevice. I recommend it and think you will enjoy it.


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