Paintings Of Monterey and Carmel

Paintings OF Monterey & Carmel

When you shop at one of our Thomas Kinkade galleries in California, you’ll find a beautiful selection of paintings of some of California’s most scenic locations in Monterey and Carmel. Known as The Painter of Light, Thomas Kinkade paints these scenic coast-side cities in a playful display of light and color. Come into our studio today and see these delightful paintings for yourself.

Paintings Inspired By Carmel, California

Carmel-by-the-Sea was one of Thomas Kinkade’s favorite places and he exquisitely captures the charm of this picturesque place. In his painting, Rainy Day in Carmel, the lights shining from the quaint shops glow from their windows and reflect in a playful shimmer on the rain-splattered street.  In Carmel, Sunset on Ocean Avenue, vibrant colors give life to a nostalgic portrayal of this famous scene and the whimsical painting, Tuck Box Tea Room, Carmel, looks like it belongs in a fairy tale. Other paintings include:

Thomas Kinkade Paintings Of Monterey, California

The breathtaking views and rugged coastline make a perfect backdrop for Kinkade’s paintings. A splash of pink and yellow overlook the rocky coastline in Sunset on Monterey Bay. The sunset again plays a theme in Kinkade’s painting of the iconic, Cannery Row in Cannery Row, Sunset. Other fine art from Kinkade’s Monterey collection include:

About Thomas Kinkade Limited Edition Art

Every color and brush stroke from Thomas Kinkade’s original paintings are carefully reproduced by master artists onto a hand-stretched canvas. These paintings are made to last for generations and would make a beautiful addition to any wall.

Come Visit Our Galleries

Whether you want to bring home a piece of charming Carmel or a bit of the rugged coastline of Monterey, our staff will help you choose a painting that you will love and cherish for a lifetime. They will even help you select a frame to showcase your new piece. Come visit one of our California galleries today and experience the magic of Thomas Kinkade.