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Defining Cubism: Art’s Ability to Shatter and Build Again

One of the reasons LEGOs are still popular today is their versatility. Those ubiquitous blocks can create anything: a race car, a vase, even the Eiffel Tower. But did you ever wonder where this [...]

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Park West Gallery and Tim Yanke Reveal New Augmented-Reality Artwork

At a recent art auction, Park West Gallery revealed something HUGE. A select group of collectors got the very first look at Park West’s new “Moving Canvas” collection, a [...]

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Bold and Beautiful Works from Romero Britto in Limited Time Summer Sale

Pop artist Romero Britto is one of the biggest names in art today, and Park West Gallery is proud to announce our new Britto sale just in time for summer! How popular is Britto? He’s held over [...]

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Celebrate U.S. Flag Day with These Patriotic Works of Art

The American flag is a powerful symbol of the country’s independence and unity as a nation. That’s why, every year, the United States celebrates Flag Day—a day commemorating the official adoption [...]

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What Is Abstract Art? How Artists Make Something Out of Nothing

The kind of people who wander through museums proclaiming “I could’ve made that!” love to criticize abstract art. Perhaps that’s because it’s so hard to define. What is abstract art anyway? In [...]

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Lebo Explains the Inspirations Behind 5 of His Incredible Creations

The artwork of David “Lebo” Le Batard is beautiful and evocative, but it’s also amazingly dense and packed with hidden meanings. Lebo is an academic at heart and his regular research into [...]

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Why Pierre-Auguste and Alexandre Renoir Choose to Paint Beautiful Things

Alexandre Renoir is an artist with an unbelievable family legacy, even though he’s actually only the second painter in his family’s history. The first was his great-grandfather, famed [...]