These 12 Works of Art Will Help You Beat the Summer Heat

Let’s face it, as much as we all yearned for warmer weather during this past winter and spring, this summer has been a hot one.

If you feel as if Mother Nature is overcompensating for the frigid spring, you’re not alone. Several countries on at least four continents have hit all-time temperature records.

La Grande Lumiere Jaune” (1997), Marcel Mouly

All of this is to say that spending some time in the air-conditioned indoors might be advisable, which gives you the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time with art.

If you’re looking for a way to beat the heat, here are 12 completely captivating works of art from Park West Gallery’s Summer Sale that will make you want to stay inside this summer.

Through the Rain” (2017), Matt Beyrer

 

Blue Fertility” (2015), Tim Yanke

 

Tandem” (2016), Craig Tracy

 

White Wine (Cliff Dive of Love)” (2016), Michael Godard

 

Love Hunter II” (2015), Michael Cheval

 

Girl In The Wind” (2016), Romero Britto

 

Cool Breeze” (2017), Chris DeRubeis

 

Greetings” (2017), Guy Harvey

 

 

Undersea-Solid Blue Grill” (2006), Yaacov Agam. Viewed with grill in three different positions.

 

Boats” (2006), Victor Spahn

 

Beautifully Contrasted” (2017), David Najar

If the record-breaking heat keeps up it’s going to be a long summer, why not make your time indoors a colorful experience with art from Park West Gallery?

The 2018 Summer Sale offers artwork from some of Park West’s most renowned contemporary artists, including Yaacov Agam, Thomas Kinkade, Alexandre Renoir, Daniel Wall, and Matt Beyrer. You’ll even find some cool deals on works by legendary artists like Pablo Picasso, Rembrandt van Rijn, and Joan Miró.

To collect works from the artists seen here and many others, contact our gallery consultants at (800) 521-9654 ext. 4 or sales@parkwestgallery.com.

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