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New series exploring the country’s national park system

by | Apr 24, 2018 | 2018-04, All Dates, News

In a new series of paintings, I will be exploring our country’s greatest treasures, the national park system. In each painting, I will give a glimpse to the fora and fauna of a specific park set against its most iconic topographic featuring. In this painting, The Spirit of Guadalupe, I visit Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Texas. The scene is set with mule deer, roadrunners and butterflies embracing the morning sunlight. A golden eagle soars above the bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush flowering on the rocky terrain. In the distance, the monolithic “El Capitan” of Guadalupe stands as a silent sentinel to it all. It is truly a snapshot of the wonder in nature. In future work, you can look forward to experiencing the buffalo of Yellowstone, the bighorn sheep of Grand Canyon, and the bald eagles of Yosemite.


Patrick Kincade

About the Author

Zac Kinkade Much like his highly acclaimed uncle, Thomas Kinkade – “The Painter of Light”, Zachary Thomas Kinkade started his career in art at a very early age and has since pursued his creative vision with wholehearted passion and single-mindedness of effort. Over the years, Zachary has won local, regional, national and international recognition in a variety of art competitions, often times against competitors many years older than himself. As a teenager, Zachary attended Fort Worth Academy of Fine Art and eventually graduated with honors. Given his academic performance and accumulated artistic portfolio, he was admitted to and, in time, earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from Cornell University, a world-class academy of higher learning. He again graduated with honors. Following in the footsteps of his uncle and mentor, Zachary is currently completing work at Art Center School of Design and is working with a number of established artists to continue to develop his own style and technique.


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