7 Ways to Display Park West Art

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Park West collectors are always looking for new ways to display their artwork as their collections continue to grow. To inspire your next redecoration, here are seven different ways Park West collectors display art in their home galleries!

 

Wall-to-Wall Artwork

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Photo courtesy of Tommy

For dedicated Park West collectors, it’s not possible to have too much beautiful artwork! With perfect spacing and innovative wall-hanging arrangements, creative decorators always find a way to fit new works of art into their home galleries.

 

Photo courtesy of LaVenda

Long-time collector LaVenda is an art lover who utilizes every inch of her wall space. The art enthusiast says hanging her Park West artwork is a “labor of love” she undergoes every time she brings new artwork into her home gallery.

 

Sophisticated Simplicity

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Photo courtesy of Tommy

Collectors put time and thought into choosing the perfect art for their homes. To ensure their artwork receives the proper attention, many collectors choose to showcase their favorite works in prominent places throughout their homes.

 

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Photo courtesy of Adriana

 

Artistic Aesthetic

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Photo courtesy of Jill

Taking your home gallery to the next level means designing your home around your artwork.  Park West collector Jill embraces Csaba Markus’ Renaissance aesthetic by positioning an ornate sword between two of the artist’s “Modern Mona Lisas.”

 

Clean-Cut Display

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Photo courtesy of Kelley

While many art lovers prefer flashy, eye-catching wall arrangements, other collectors believe minimalist displays allow the artwork to speak for itself.

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Photo courtesy of Donna

Park West collector Devon displays “a small sampling” of the family’s Tim Yanke collection in a neat array— showing off the colorful beauty of the Neo-West art.

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Photo courtesy of Devon

 

Die-Hard Fan Collection

In an effort to make the often-intimidating art world more approachable, Park West connects artists and collectors face-to-face. After hearing an artist’s story first-hand, many collectors begin growing their collections around their favorite artists.

 

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Photo courtesy of Ed

Park West collector Ed says his family fell in love with Nano Lopez’s bronze sculptures on a cruise. Now, he and his family take pride in their extensive Lopez display.

“The whimsical nature of the pieces add to the charm,” Ed explains.

 

Mix it Up: A Little of Everything

Diverse art collections express the many different sides of the collectors. From vibrant Peter Max paintings to clever Lebo works, each work in a collector’s gallery says something about their personality.

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Photos courtesy of Dan

 

Your Way!

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Photo courtesy of Kathleen

There’s no right or wrong way to decorate your home gallery — so show it off! Share your photos with us on our Facebook page or on Instagram and Twitter using #ParkWestGallery!

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  • Brian & Elise Abraham
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    Thanks for some different ideas on displaying our art. Over the years we have ammassed quite a diverse collection, and now we are moving into a new home with lots of windows! Yikes, less wall space! I guess we will utilize our long staircase and possibly rotate some paintings. But giving any of them up is not an option! We love our artwork!

  • Joni Dugas
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    Patiently waiting for our next Park West Experience. Yes we are Actively Collecting. Just added another R. Britto and A. Chen. Would love to do a Crusie with Maury, Donna or Steve. Enjoyed their Company immensely. Looking Forward to our next Experience. JLD

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