Park West’s Fall Sale Has Over 50 Works Celebrating the Beauty of Music

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"Sergeants of Rock," Stephen Fishwick

“Sergeants of Rock,” Stephen Fishwick

Pablo Picasso once said, “Music and art are the guiding lights of the world.” Park West wholeheartedly agrees, which is why we’re celebrating the beautiful bond between art and music for the debut of our 2020 Fall Sale!

This new collection features some of our top artists using their talents to interpret music and musicians with their trademark visual brilliance—artists like Anatole Krasnyansky, Linda Le Kinff, Simon Bull, Emile Bellet, Charles Lee, Tim Yanke, Francois Boucheix, Vladimir Mingar (VOVA), Marcus Glenn, Anatoly Metlan, Bernard Louedin, Yulia Langer, Duaiv, Michael Cheval, Alfred Gockel, Romero Britto, Stephen Fishwick, Dominic Pangborn, and Michael Godard!

You can view the entire “Beauty of Music” collection HERE OR contact our gallery consultants at 1-800-521-9654 ext. 4 or sales@parkwestgallery.com.

“This fall, Park West is proud to show you how some of the best graphic artists in the world are inspired by and pay homage to their favorite musicians,” says Mike Snodgrass, Senior Sales Consultant for Park West. “This outstanding collection brings you stunning line quality, brilliant color, and even specific tributes to famous musicians. Whatever your artistic preference, this collection is sure to move the body and soul.”

"Piano Keys," Michael Godard

“Piano Keys,” Michael Godard

The variety of art available in this collection is stunning. Music fans can find everything from stirring renditions of musicians at rest to abstract interpretations of the emotions music inspires to fantastic portraits of legendary musicians like Elvis, Janis Joplin, Yo-Yo Ma, and the Beatles.

"Janis Freedom," Stephen Fishwick

“Janis Freedom,” Stephen Fishwick

Why are artists so drawn to music as subject matter? Park West’s Lisa Hershberger notes that, “Many of our artists listen to music while they are creating their art. For artists such as Marcus Glenn and Tim Yanke, this is a prerequisite for inspiration. Art and music are two sides of the same coin. Visual images display some of the same characteristics as music including style, form, movement, and rhythm.”

"Rolling Stones 50th - LP (Get Yer Ya-Yas Out)," Tim Yanke

“Rolling Stones 50th – LP (Get Yer Ya-Yas Out),” Tim Yanke

Our “Beauty of Music” collection not only captures music from a multitude of different perspectives, but it also captures music across a wide range of mediums, including acrylic and oil paintings, mixed-media works, watercolors, and graphic works.

"Jazzy Night Out," Alfred Gockel

“Jazzy Night Out,” Alfred Gockel

There is something for every kind of music fan—or art lover—in this collection.

“Music, like art, is an expression. It’s a language that can bring people from various cultures and backgrounds together,” says Trista Maltby, Fine Art Consultant. “This collection has been specifically curated to share the experience of music through art and the beauty that is within.”

"The Ultimate Crescendo," Marcus Glenn

“The Ultimate Crescendo,” Marcus Glenn

Don’t miss this opportunity to bring the “Beauty of Music” into your home. If you’re interested in a work from our new Fall Sale Collection, you can contact our gallery consultants at (800) 521-9654 ext. 4 or sales@parkwestgallery.com.

"Passionate Violinist II," Anatoly Metlan

“Passionate Violinist II,” Anatoly Metlan

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  • Grace Witte
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    I’m interested in artwork by Chris deRubeis. I found a photo of a lighthouse with the sun behind it. Do you know of this? We own the lighthouse with the moon.

  • Chuck Zirkle
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    Love the Sergeants of Rock by Fishwick. They keep an eye on us in our living room. Just could not resist it when I saw it in January on the Celebrity Edge VIP cruise. Our second piece by Stephen. We were fortunate to meet him in Asheville at a VIP event.

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