Thomas Kincade in Savannah City Market Gallery
211 W.St. Julian Street Savannah GA 31401
Contact for Pricing : Jenny Beeland (912) 447-4460 email: email@example.com or
Jim Stokes Owner or Denise (912) 447-4660 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
My Journey with Thomas Kincade
Interesting that when I chose to move and live in Savannah GA what I feel is nostalgic Americana, that my love affair with Thomas Kincade
began. Now my husband always loved Thomas Kincade and he now hangs proudly in his Man cave a few of Thomas pieces from the print
I got him of the capital that was extremely affordable then framed myself to limited editions of Yankee Stadium and Peter Pan. Now I fought collecting Thomas’s work being one of those at first felt it was commercialized. But when we first moved here My husband and myself where
planning a day out and decided that City Market would be it and mostly because my husband being from NY wanted to try the pizza at City Market where Vinnie Van Go Go’s but still this was fine to me. So we parked our car and got out and immediately heard the music playing from a local band and gravitated towards that. Now I would lie if I didn’t say the first stop was for pizza, We ordered and took our lunch and sat outside amongst the locals and tourists and listened to the music which was geared towards a general audience and was quite enjoyable.
Even though it was our first time there there was a feeling of coziest and yes a romantic tone in the air. I knew I was in the right place at the right time in my life. we finished our lunch and started going into all the wonderful local shops. And in a distance I could see the Thomas Kincade Gallery at City Market and I knew my husband would want to go in and I was reluctant but he saw it and there we went. to my pleasant surprise this visit would be one of many. When we walked in we where greeted by the most knowledgeable and pleasant woman Jenny Beeland. At that time we told Jenny like many of you do we where just looking but Jenny just welcomed us like we where neighbors and answered many questions I had about Thomas Kincade. As Denise and Jim did the same for the crowded gallery. The first painting as we walked in That drew us to was Yankee Stadium as I looked at the artwork that Thomas put into this that would make you a lover of Thomas whether you liked the Yankee’s or not. We asked Jenny many questions and she was just so happy to answer I felt my whole view and attitude towards art change. Did Thomas Kincade commercial art the answer was yes. In my eyes was it a bad thing still the answer would be No. As I walked through the Gallery and looked at the most amazing artwork of his and discovering his Disney Collection along with his famous painting of Forsyth Park Savannah GA. I could feel my opinion of art we change forever thanks to Thomas Kincade. I had learned that day thanks the Thomas Kincade Gallery of Savannah and most knowledgeable Jenny that who now I consider a friend was that Thomas wanted everyone to be able to enjoy his art in there homes.
He was not concerned about the art world and what they would say having his art from being on soap on up to pieces that are sold worth over $100,000 and I believe this was more due to his up bringing and not wanting to limit his art to the uppercut but yet share it with America and all at an affordable price for everyone to have in there homes and I thank him for that. So you can obtain Thomas’s art on ornaments,sculptures,
paintings and yes even calenders and more. The Gallery has pieces that are lit and you can see Thomas’s art dance and bring magic to it and know why he is the proclaimed King of “The Painter of Light”. There where all ranges and prices and collections of Thomas Kincade in the Gallery and Me and my husband would go back many times and acquire many pieces of Thomas Kincade in limited additions . We got that First piece we saw of Yankee Stadium and quite of few of the Disney Painting’s and we still are not done yet. My husband surprised me with that most Gorgeous painting of Forsyth Park. The one I have proudly is displayed in my home and it is a limited edition of 1 in 10 that Thomas did in that kind of collection. I am saddened and I know the World not only lost a Gifted Artist but lost a Wonderful man that just wanted to bring joy and he wanted to evoke the feeling of Americana and family togetherness in all our homes. He will truly be missed. All the pictures of paintings or works in this post are available in the Thomas Kincade Gallery of Savannah. I took them my last visit there. If you have any questions on any of the pieces please call Jenny or Denise or Jim at (912) 447-4660 and they will be more than happy to answer any of your questions. And I have to thank them and Thomas for changing the way I view art forever. Thank You!!