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Vivian Flasch truly has a love for painting and it shows! She is a much-published artist whose work is highly in demand worldwide. Vivian paints full time in her studio located in the lush green hills of Kentucky. She has always loved working in her flower garden and being surrounded by nature. She finds a special joy in reproducing the beauty of nature on canvas.
Vivian Flasch began painting as a hobby when her children were young and it has bloomed into a fulfilling career that has become more successful than she had ever dreamed. She paints in both oil and acrylic on canvas. She equally enjoys painting flowers, still life, landscapes, portraits and murals.
Her style varies from contemporary to traditional realism. Her work has been reproduced as prints, on hatboxes, night-lights, tapestries, note cards, needlework, puzzles, journals, albums and more. Her open edition prints are reproduced by Galaxy of Graphics and sold worldwide. She says it is truly a blessing to be successful doing something that she loves so much! Vivian paints from her heart to yours, and tucks a heart into each painting for you to find.
It is the most environmental lighting product that make the home open and peaceful, either as an accessory in a home or integrated into a China atmosphere, Bamboo home decoration brings minimalism and flexibility. The Bamboo represents strength and the virtues of the male, reflecting a sense of perfect balance with upright integrity and tremendous flexibility, which is ideal for living room and workstation.
Lighting is one of the main applications of bamboo, which is the diffused for giving the warm glow. With the bamboo blind unique design, projects a diffused light to surrounding and creates a fusion of warm atmosphere. It’s made with bamboo leafs with the lighting paper together for creating the unique feeling for desktop lighting and perform also a home decor too. Get the unique feeling that any materials never provide for you before.
Eco-friendly Bamboo Lighting Design for Bedroom which is made with the real bamboo leafs covered with the lighting paper together, and the frame is made with bamboo too. It integrates the Japan and China elements together for making such unique effect. Which is typically good for home use especially after switch off the main lighting supply for creating the romance feeling.
Thomas Kinkade, one of the most popular artists in America, has died at his California home, his family said. He was 54. Family and friends recalled the artist as a generous man, who inspired others and will missed.
“He had a rare ability to exude a sense of warmth, a transcendent light,” said Robert Goodwin, who wrote the book “Points of Light: A Celebration of the American Spirit of Giving,” with Kinkade. “He had a great commitment to inspire others — one who was nurtured in his early life by family and friends and church to really be an example of selfless acts of service,” he said Saturday.
Kinkade’s death at his Los Gatos home appeared to be from natural causes, according to the family. “Thom provided a wonderful life for his family,” his wife, Nanette, said in a statement late Friday night. “We are shocked and saddened by his death.”Art from the self-described “painter of light,” adorns many living rooms in America. It emphasizes simple pleasures and warm, positive images of idyllic cottages, lighthouses and colorful gardens. “My mission as an artist is to capture those special moments in life adorned with beauty and light,” Kinkade said in a message on his website. “I work to create images that project a serene simplicity that can be appreciated and enjoyed by everyone. That’s what I mean by sharing the light.”
Kinkade painted more than 1,000 pieces on various topics, including cabins, nature scenes, seascapes and classic Americana. In 2006, the artist recalled one of his earliest lessons during an interview with CNN’s Larry King.”When I was a young boy, my mother told me, ‘Your talents are God’s gifts to you, and what you do with those talents are your gift to God,'” he said.