Cedar Nook Cottage by Thomas Kinkade
Open Gate, Sussex by Thomas Kinkade Open gates are an invitation to visit, especially when lights glow warmly within an English cottage. If you're in the mood to chat, you might wander up the rutted lane and knock briskly on the old, weather-worn door of this charming cottage, Open Gate, Sussex. — Thomas Kinkade
Evening At Swanbrooke Cottage, Thomashire Walking trails accompany even the smallest stream in England, and on a summer's evening a peaceful stroll beside a gently whispering brook is guaranteed to restore even the most burdened soul. On one such evening walk in England, my family and I came upon the idyllic cottage on which I based this painting. With lush gardens and the constant murmur of the tiny brook, I can't imagine a more enchanting setting!
Evening At Swanbrooke Cottage, Thomashire by Thomas Kinkade
Sweetheart Cottage  © Thomas Kinkade "Perhaps my sentimental Irish nature is shining through, but I happen to be enchanted with the idea of a romantic hideaway hidden amidst blossoming flowers. Sweetheart Cottage is a dual tribute to my tenth wedding anniversary and to the most romantic occasion of the year: Valentine's Day."
Sweetheart Cottage by Thomas Kinkade
The Miller's Cottage, Thomashire This painting was executed directly from life with my easel planted precariously in the mud surrounding the ancient mill pond. As I sat observing the tranquil scene, I was amazed at how many people would visit the pond to throw bread and biscuits to the ducks and geese. Over the weeks I was at work, I, too, got in the habit of feeding the ducks and, in time, the more adventurous of these would regularly settle themselves in the shade beneath my easel.
The Miller's Cottage, Thomashire by Thomas Kinkade
Silent Night  © Thomas Kinkade " I was so taken with the simple message of the classic Christmas carol, Silent Night, with its images of sleeping villages and the coming of the Christ child, that I decided to give the annual Christmas release the same title and evoke a bit of the song's mood. I hope this image will remind each of us of the message of hope and peace that is the true meaning of Christmas as illustrated in the Savior's birth."
Silent Night by Thomas Kinkade
Olde Porterfield Gift Shoppe by Thomas Kinkade Falling snow brings a hush over the landscape as though the whole world has taken a deep breath in anticipation of some magical moment. In this scene, I enjoyed trying to capture the silent softness of the snow as it blankets the English countryside. — Thomas Kinkade
Olde Porterfield Gift Shoppe by Thomas Kinkade
Sweetheart Cottage III by Thomas Kinkade
Sweetheart Cottage II  © Thomas Kinkade "For the second work in my Sweetheart Cottages collection, I've conjured a vision of a perfect romantic hideaway. "Falbrooke Thatch" is nestled right next to a charming little waterfall, with an arched footbridge leading from the front door over the falls. I've devoted "Falbrooke Thatch" to Valentine's Day (note the 214 address just below the heart-shaped window) and to romance. In fact, I've hidden hearts throughout the painting."
Sweetheart Cottage II by Thomas Kinkade
Glory Of Morning For me, the quality of light is a delight! Morning light is warm with the energy of a new day, yet the cool air is heavy with mist. My Glory of Morning sparkles with the light of just such a morning — warm light filtered through myriad tiny water drops until the colors glisten. You can see that light reflected on the flowers of a fabulous garden, each color so vibrant that the garden becomes a living rainbow.
Glory Of Morning by Thomas Kinkade
Studio In The Garden by Thomas Kinkade
Skaters Pond by Thomas Kinkade In Skater's Pond, townsfolk have joined together for an evening of skating under the glow of the Christmas Tree. I like to think that as they glide over the ice, they talk about the season and share their thoughts on what this joyous time of year means to them. Maybe the owners of the home have created this small pond with just such a gathering in mind. — Thomas Kinkade
Skater's Pond by Thomas Kinkade
Stonehearth Hutch by Thomas Kinkade The symbols of the Christmas season speak to us so clearly. In my Stonehearth Hutch, wreath and tree signal that this sunset heralds Christmas Eve. The lone, rough-hewn cottage represents the rock of faith. Outside is only the solitude of the woods-with no carriage track or footprint to hint at human comfort. But inside is a golden light suggesting the hope of Christmas. — Thomas Kinkade
Stonehearth Hutch by Thomas Kinkade