Mocking Thomas Kinkade is as challenging as shooting fish in a barrel. The hamfisted, self-styled "Painter of Light" is known for luridly rendered images loaded with hokey bucolia — cottages, bridges, churches and winding paths evoking an idyllic Christian yesteryear. Kinkade doesn't even sell the actual bad paintings, instead hawking cheap reproductions on paper or canvas, daubed with "highlights" by persons other than the artist and retailed into the... More >>>