Who says kids can’t appreciate art? Fostering a passion for visual art at a young age is an important part of feeding kids’ creativity! Not only does a Thomas Kinkade painting look great in a child’s room, it also encourages the little one to take an interest in painting, drawing and expressing themselves in pictures. Many of Thom’s whimsical subjects like iconic movie characters and well-loved toys appeal to kids naturally. With paintings like these, getting them more involved in the arts is easy.

Disney Dreams for Little Princesses

Boys and girls (but especially girls) absolutely adore Disney. How could they not? Magic spells, far off places, enchanted castles and, of course, beautiful princesses dominate Walt’s Wonderful World. With a piece of Thomas Kinkade’s Disney Dreams collection, your sister, daughter or granddaughter can own a bit of Disney magic worth cherishing for years to come. Plus, she can hang out with Aurora from “Sleeping Beauty,” Rapunzel from “Tangled,” Belle from “Beauty and the Beast” or Tiana from “The Princess and the Frog” whenever she wants. And everyone knows these princesses are great role models!

Sports Art for Little Leaguers

Not all boys share in the love of Disney but this doesn’t mean that boys should go without art. Thom has a number of pieces devoted to the more athletically inclined among us. Baseball stadiums were a favorite choice of his. Whether your son lives to play catch or just enjoys the thrill of watching from the stands, we know he’ll be able to appreciate how Thomas Kinkade’s baseball stadium paintings truly capture the glory of America’s pastime.

Teddy Bears for New Babies  

If you’ve got a baby shower or first birthday celebration coming up, you probably don’t know if she’s a Disney-lover or if he’s a future slugger. Don’t worry – Thom’s inspirational painting “Trusted Friend” is just the thing to start any child’s art collection. The precious painting features a smiling teddy bear sitting on a shelf by a stack of alphabet blocks. The bear wears a bow around its neck in either rose bud or blue bell. That’s up to you. After it’s framed, the soft light and soothing colors of the work are sure to accentuate the walls of any nursery.