** Thomas Kinkade **
Clearing Storms
("Seaside Memories IV")

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Clearing Storms (Seaside Memories IV) by Thomas Kinkade
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"I love lighthouses. The severe, uncompromising life of service lived by lonely lighthouse keepers possesses a special dignity. Poised between the last outcroppings of land and the vast expanse of the ocean, the lighthouse has become a profound symbol of human life, poised as it is between the transitory and the eternal."
- Thomas Kinkade

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~~ Seaside Memories Collection ~~
  • A Light in the Storm
  • The Light of Peace
  • Conquering the Storms
  • Clearing Storms
  • Victorian Light
  • Rock of Salvation
  • Beacon of Hope
  • Sea of Tranquility

Lighthouse Landmarks
  • Split Rock Light
  • Cape Hatteras Light
Life Values
  • Perseverance
  • Courage
Lights of Inspiration
  • Guiding Light
Single Release
  • Village Lighthouse
  • Serenity Cove

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 Hand signed by Thomas Kinkade 
at the back in his famous trademark signature so
 this artwork is DOUBLE SIGNED! 

 EXTRA Certificate Included 
Declaring Thomas Kinkade personally enhanced this painting


Seaside artworks are one of Thomas Kinkade's most popular subjects. The call of the ocean and crashing waves on rocky cliffs appeal to those who love the sea such as Navy sailors, Merchant Marines, Coast Guard, and anyone who has ever challenged the sea in a boat or ship.

Clearing Storms (Seaside Memories IV)
Clearing Storms is the fourth painting in Thomas Kinkade's popular "Seaside Memories" series.

++++ Limited Edition FRAMED Signed and Numbered (S/N) Canvas (Frame included! See below)

++++ Tom created this painting in September 1997.

++++ Hand Embellished Oil Highlighting The artwork literally glows. This is also one of the artworks that change the time of day depending how much light you are shining on it. With medium light it looks like sunset, with more light it reflects back as if it is sunrise ~~ Pure magic! (At the time of purchase you will receive coaching on lighting with dimmer switch)

++++ DOUBLE SIGNED

  • ++++ Signed with a forgery-proof DNA Matrix signature on front of canvas

  • ++++ HAND SIGNED BY THOMAS KINKADE on back of canvas

++++ FRAMED in a Brandy with fluted roses Museum Quality Frame ~~ ready to hang!

++++ Brass Plaque with the legend "Clearing Storms ~~ Thomas Kinkade"

++++ Certificate of Limitation and Authenticity included

++++ Extra Certificate Thomas Kinkade personally enhanced this painting included

++++ Theme: Oceanic, Nautical, Breaking Waves, Storm at Sea, Boat on the horizon.

++++ About the Signed and Numbered Edition ~~

Signed and Numbered (S/N) Canvas
Standard Numbered and Signed & Numbered Canvas Lithograph Limits vary by release. Individually Hand Highlighted with oil paint. The artist's authorized security signature featuring DNA technology. Individually hand numbered. Corresponding Certificate of Authenticity.

+++++ And this is what Thomas Kinkade said about this work +++++
"I believe that God speaks to His faithful in many voices -- some intended for the ear, some for the eye, all for the heart. As a painter, my role is to interpret and clarify allegorical scenes that are rich with meaning. Clearing Storms is such a symbolic scene, charged with a message of hope that can give us the fortitude to go on.
Storms -- dark, brooding, terrifying -- are a part of all our lives. When we're in the grip of a storm, we may feel overwhelmed, powerless, abandoned by God. The meaning of Clearing Storms is that God's love is eternal, and, because of that, the dart times always pass. The power of the waning storm is still evident in the wild, turbulent sea. But up in the sky, God's light has touched the clouds with myriad colors, transforming them into harbingers of hope, and overwhelming man's feeble attempt to light the darkness with the lighthouse.
A timid stream, which suggests to me an individual human life, makes its way to the great ocean. A gazebo provides refuge for the lighthouse keeper when storms have passed, where he can contemplate the wonder of it all in one of my favorite ways -- drinking in the warmth from a cup of hot tea."

~~Thomas Kinkade

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Ocracoke Light Station

~~~The Lighthouse depicted in "Clearing Storms" most closely resembles another North Carolina outer banks light ~~Ocracoke Light Station.

~~~The 1823 Ocracoke tower is currently the oldest operating lighthouse on NC coast. (Bald Head is five years older but no longer an active aid to navigation).

~~~The tower is 65 feet tall, and it is 75 feet to focal plane at the center of the lens.It has a fixed white light from a 4th order Fresnel lens.

~~~Keepers once boiled a concoction of glue and rice in huge vats and quickly applied the hot mixture as a protective coating to the brick."

~~~The first lighthouse at Ocracoke Inlet was the 1798 Shellcastle Rock lighthouse located on an island in the inlet. In such a location - defenseless against storms, tides, and winds - the lighthouse was often inoperative when needed most. Thus, in 1823, it was replaced by this light, the Nation's second oldest still in use. The non-rotating light is 75 feet above sea level an can be seen a full 360 degrees to a distance of fourteen miles. The walls are five feet thick at the base and are made of brick with mortar surface

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