by Zac Kinkade
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Zac Kinkade are packaged in a collector’s sleeve with an official Zac Kinkade Certificate of Authenticity, featuring a tamper-evident holographic seal. Printed on high quality 11” x 14” Satin Art Paper, they are ready to frame in any standard-sized presentation, making them the perfect gift for someone special or an excellent addition to your personal collection.
- Premium Paper
- Long-life pigment inks that outperform conventional press inks
- Certificate of Authenticity Included
- Presented in a full size protective envelope.
- Shipped flat in rigid packaging.
- Made in the USA
Image NotesI have always enjoyed Halloween. Growing up, the fanciful and frivolous imagining of ghosts, ghouls, and things that go bump in the night was a source of immense family fun. My mother would make my brothers and me wonderful costumes to wear and we would go to our church’s “Trunk or Treat”’ or the local “Boo at the Zoo” to gather holiday candy before we even started making the rounds to our neighborhood houses. It is fond memories like these that led me to create my latest work. “Transylvania” is the first in my “Worlds of Wonder” series and a homage to all the great monsters of my childhood Halloween frights. Dracula, Frankenstein, the Werewolf and the Mummy dominate a landscape filled with castles, haunted forests, spooky graveyards and a gathering of villagers ready to rid the land of any troublesome beasties. Beyond these, many more references to our collective popular cultural can be found on this canvas. I think you will all enjoy finding the many creatures who pervade the ghostly scenery and discovering who lies resting in “King’s” graveyard. One small detail of personal note that I want all to see is our family dog; “Poe” a nervous pug that barks a good game but who ultimately stands behind us peeking out while protecting our house from assorted Halloween visitors. He sits in the carriage on the Invisible Man’s lap with a wide-eyed peer at everything happening outside. Transylvania begs for exploration by anyone who is stout of heart and of good humor. And, as always, I want to thank you all for sharing my adventure in art…if you dare.