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11 Jul 2014
Category: General
Posted by: Editor

Recently Candy Evans, from Candy’s Dirt, came to see my home and interview me about the upcoming film “Occupy Texas!”

28 Apr 2014
Category: General
Posted by: Editor

Word of Project Starbucks continues to spread! I was recently on KTXD’s The Broadcast talking about Project Starbucks.

16 Apr 2014
Category: General
Posted by: Editor

I am excited to share that my home and myself will be featured in an upcoming film, “Occupy Texas!”

28 Mar 2014
Category: General
Posted by: Editor

I recently hung new paintings inside the Starbucks located at 6333 East Mockingbird!

31 Jan 2014
Category: General
Posted by: Editor

This month Shannon has posted her Project Starbucks idea in the My Starbucks Idea Community.

16 Jan 2014
Category: General
Posted by: Editor

Shannon is happy to share that the Lakewood Advocate featured her Project Starbucks in their January 2014 edition in the Scene & Heard section of the magazine. The article included a description of Project Starbucks and Shannon’s inspiration behind the project.

6 Dec 2013
Category: General
Posted by: Editor

Word of ‘Project Starbucks’ is now spreading past Lakewood and into the entire Dallas community with the newest article on Shannon’s project in The Dallas Morning News. The feature ran on Sunday, December 1st and explained the Dallas artist’s project and where to find the paintings.

25 Nov 2013
Category: General
Posted by: Editor

Shannon Kincaid was featured in Lakewood Advocate’s recent article, “East Dallas Artist Paints Locals at Starbucks at Mockingbird-Abram.” The article explains Shannon’s idea behind Project Starbucks and what makes the project unique and true to Starbucks’ culture.

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Welcome to Shannon Kincaid Fine Art

Shannon Kincaid

Shannon Kincaid is one of the leading portrait artists in the sphere of Dallas fine art. Her energetic work continues to define her as one of the foremost artists in the region. Her commissioned artwork has been admired and acquired by celebrities including Oprah Winfrey, football legend Tom Landry, baseball star Mickey Mantle, cosmetics queen Mary Kay Ash, golf champion Byron Nelson, and actress June Lockhart. Kincaid’s unique Dallas paintings are energized by the daily comings and goings of the city and make her one of the top commissioned artists in Dallas year after year.

 

The Story Behind Sionna Productions, a Defining Force in Dallas Fine Art

In 2010 Shannon partnered with her youngest son, Kincaid, to create a company that would manage her work in the worlds of Dallas fine art and music. They named the company Sionna Productions Ltd. Co. in homage to a favorite myth of the goddess Sionna, who inspired the name of the longest river in Ireland, the River Shannon.

Shannon Kincaid painting-Irish Dancing

 

 

The Goddess and the River: An Insight into One of the Best Artists in Dallas

The longest river in Ireland, the Shannon, creates a natural boundary between the eastern province of Leinster and western Connacht. It is the most significant waterway in the country and is named for the early Irish goddess Sionna. The goddess sought out hazelnuts of wisdom, which in ancient Irish folklore contained éigse, the spirit of inspiration and creativity. In the myth, Sionna found the Well of Knowledge, which was surrounded by nine hazel trees. The hazel is linked to autumn and the festival of Samhain. As the ripe nuts fell into the water they burst into a purple spray. The salmon of wisdom who lived in the pool ate the nuts, and for every nut a red spot appeared on their skin. The nuts also created bubbles of inspiration in the water, which were carried downstream. As Sionna leaned over the pool to gather the nuts, she lost her footing and fell in. The pool was angered and rose up over her and swept her down into the sea, birthing the river that still carries her name.



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