Gazebo of Prayer by Thomas Kinkade
The Garden of Prayer IV, March 2012
This is an unframed Limited Edition stretched, canvas lithograph that has been hand embellished, or archival paper lithograph. You will want to consider ADDING a FRAME for your canvas, or for your paper, consulting with our custom framing professional.
About the Art
In my heart, gazebos are truly peaceful places. They seem to exist apart from the world and beacon all of us inside the confines of the small world they capture. Children use them in their fanciful play delighting their young imaginations. Lovers use them as a retreat to share a romantic moment or perhaps a wedding vow. Wanderers use them as a place of refuge, gently sheltering from the day’s brilliant sun. To my artistic eye, this gazebo is a perfect place for those seeking a time of reverent renewal and a moment of solitude to be with their God. The trees soften the light to create harmonies of shadow and color enhancing the viewer’s experience. One can smell the fragrant floral aromas gently drifting in this small sanctum of solitude. The birds happily sing in the trees as if they were a church choir praising the creator and thanking Him for the grace given to this heavenly garden. The spirit of our Lord fills every moment if we take the time to simply look, listen and allow His presence to fill our hearts and provide guidance. Join me in the Gazebo of Prayer where we can connect with providence often lost in hectic, everyday life. God Bless.