Art Auctions On Cruise Ships

Art Auctions On Cruise Ships

Park West Gallery is known worldwide for superior art auctions on cruise ships, connecting fine art collectors to an extensive catalog of artwork through the company’s exclusive network on artists, publishers and representatives. To bring the company’s unique art collecting experience to consumers, Park West Gallery sells artwork through art auctions on cruise ships, art auctions in major metropolitan cities, and via its gallery locations in Michigan and Florida.

 

In order to capture the market on cruise ships, Park West Gallery maintains onboard art galleries and produces thousands of live art auctions on cruise ships every year. At this time, Park West Gallery provides art programs on more than 100 cruise ships around the world. Through these cruise ship art auctions, it’s Park West Gallery’s mission to create an entertaining, educational and welcoming experience for all collectors. Whether you’re a seasoned art aficionado or a novice collector, the Park West Gallery experience is created to ignite a passion for the arts and be incomparable to any other art auctions on cruise ships you’ve experienced prior.

 

Are you interested in learning more about art auctions on cruise ships offered through Park West Gallery? Please contact us today for more information!

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