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[01 Apr 2005|12:31pm]

jewosh
So the place I toured yesterday where I am trying to get my internship had Thomas Kinkade paintings in one of the lounges.

They were so beautiful! The points of light inspired me to fill my body and soul with jesus's love. They were paintings of cottages in the woods (I've never seen this sort of painting!) and they were magnificient.

God Bless the USA. Im off to buy more "Support out Troops" magnets for my car.
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[18 Mar 2005|01:55pm]

leaving_grigas
i'm an avid thomas kinkade fan. so far the only piece i have of his is the glade vanilla-scented candle, but i'm hoping to expand my collection this weekend when i get the paint by numbers book. i highly suggest the paint by numbers book, as it is a great way to get interactive w/ everyone's favorite painter of light!!1 if you're on a budget, however, i would go for the pencil by numbers. both can be found at your local michael's craft store.
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[16 Mar 2005|12:56am]

jewosh
Hey guys, Im an official THOMAS KINKADE MANIAC!!1 I love his stuff and love to shop at Peaceful Images in Gainesville for all of my Kinkade fixes. So far I've only spent $65,762 on his paintings, but I hope to get lots more!!!


Also HANG IN THERE TERRI SCHIAVO! WE LOVE YOU GIRL.
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oh, my word!! [08 Mar 2005|09:40pm]

tonedef
those liberals on the wickerpedia website posted something horrible in their weblogs about mr. kinkade!! can you BELIEVE this/??

A modern example of a painter considered by many to be producing kitsch is the commercially successful Thomas Kinkade, who brands himself the "Painter of Light™" and claims he to be "the nation's most collected living artist." Kinkade paints scenes of stone cottages, lighthouses, cobble stone streets, rustic villages, and other vistas, with emphasis on the glittery ornamentation in the play of light and natural foliage. His work is meant to be sentimental, patriotic, quaint, spiritual, and inspirational.
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[07 Mar 2005|08:01pm]
oh_lisa
Hi, I thought I should introduce myself... my name is Lisa and I am a long time Thomas Kinkade fan. I fell in love when I saw his beautiful painting of a cottage in the woods. I'm really inspired by his art and own over 45 pieces. He has really made an impact on me, after my accident that destroyed my truck, I started to find Jesus in his work. Thank you Thomas Kinkade.
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[04 Mar 2005|08:20pm]

cambriolage
this is a good website to visit if you feel that your knowledge of thomas kinkade's immediate family is lacking. it has a cute picture of him too.

http://www.nndb.com/people/701/000026623/
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[04 Mar 2005|03:56pm]

tonedef
hey, guys! welcome to the group! i'm so excited that there's finally a place that we can go to discuss this amazing christian artist. his work shows the glory of god in its fullest!

i made this cross-stitch based on one of his paintings. what do you guys think?

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