Back on Evine
Zac and I have been invited back on EVINE. This time, we will be on February 1 from 4-6 pm CST. I truly have fun there and always look forward to blurting out odd statements to the chagrin of my producers. And, Zac will be sketching live again so my co-hosts can ask him all manner of questions to his general befuddlement. The resulting chaos has sort of become a Kinkade television tradition. There will also be some small opportunity to acquire Zac’s original sketches on the verso of limited edition canvas that day and I wanted to share the compositions that will be available then with you now. If you have an interest in one, act quickly during the show. Last time, this type of work was purchased before we could even talk about it on air! In any event, I hope you can watch and I will try not to break anything. Below are the limited edition paintings that will be available that day and the associated sketch work that Zac will be hand drawing on the back.
About the Author
Patrick Kinkade Dr. Patrick Kinkade received his Bachelor degrees from the University of California, Berkeley in Psychology and Anthropology, his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the California State University at Los Angeles, and his Ph.D. in Social Ecology and Research Methodology at the University of California at Irvine. He is currently a full-time professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth, Texas. He has authored over 40 academic publications and has spoken at numerous national and international conferences on issues of crime and justice. He has served as an adviser to a number of public and private agencies including Behavioral Systems Southwest, Tarrant County Probation Department and The Lena Pope Home for Children. Since 1995, Pat has also been an integral part of the Thomas Kinkade Studios. Most recently, Pat serves as a Thomas Kinkade studios spokesperson, working with Signature Galleries and their collectors in the very popular Generations Tour.