AMERICUS, Georgia, July 1 - Painter Thomas Kinkade today unveiled his newest release, Hometown Pride, which was created to commemorate the spirit of hometowns across America and also will generate proceeds for Habitat for Humanity International.
"At Habitat for Humanity, we are grateful for the support and generosity of partners like Thomas Kinkade to make sure people in need have a simple, decent place to live," said Millard Fuller, founder and president of Habitat for Humanity International. "We feel blessed that this artistic gift honoring the American community will help build better communities."
Kinkade is America's most-collected living artist, a painter-communicator whose
tranquil, light-infused paintings inspire millions of collectors each year.
"Hometown Pride embodies the American spirit, conveying the simplicity and
serenity of life in everyday neighborhoods across America," Kinkade says.
"Part of that spirit is the spirit of community giving. Here we have a chance to celebrate our charity and our inalienable freedoms."
Thomas Kinkade limited-edition prints and canvas transfers are published by Media Arts Group, Inc. in Morgan Hill, CA. For more information about Thomas Kinkade, contact the company at 1-800-366-3733 or visit the company's web site at http://www.mediaarts.com .
Habitat for Humanity International is an ecumenical Christian ministry dedicated to eliminating poverty housing. Founded by Millard Fuller, along with his wife, Linda, Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliates in more than 2000 communities in 83 nations have built and sold more than 120,000 homes to partner families with no-profit, zero interest mortgages.