Collectors are Most Thankful for Park West Gallery Art Auction Staff

The Art Auctioneers representing Park West Gallery on cruise ships strive to make Park West at sea auctions an enjoyable, exciting experience. Here are just a few customer reviews from some recent Park West art auction guests…and don’t forget to send us your comments – we just might post them here!


“My husband and I attended our very first auctions on our most recent cruise and we had a blast – not only that but we bought two! I just wanted to comment on how knowledgeable, friendly and great the Park West staff was – Paul, Paul and Clare. Without them, I am sure we would not have had such a good time and come home with our new art!! They made the auctions fun and the process easy! I can’t wait until my next auction.”

Nicole C.
Clifton Heights, Pennsylvania


“Mbuso conducted the auctions and art lecture on board our ship. My husband and I had a wonderful time. He was knowledgeable, friendly and approachable. We would have spent more money, if we could have. We definitely hope to attend another art auction soon and hope that our experience is as good as our time with Mbuso. As a company you should be very proud to have him as your representative.”

Margaret A.
Oak Hill, Virginia


“I just wanted to take a moment to compliment ‘American’ Paul’s help and information with regards to this art auction. Both my son and I bought several pieces of art from him. He was always available and very personable and always had the information when I needed it. You should be most thankful that you have him for an employee of your company. He is a great asset!”

Mary S.
Denton, Maryland


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