Renew Your Collection with the 2017 Spring Sale

The weather may tell you different, but spring has officially arrived at Park West Gallery.

With the vibrant hues of Maya Green’s flowers, the lush landscapes of David Najar and Peter Max’s rain prophecy, Umbrella Man – our collection is in full bloom. Enliven your home or office with Park West Gallery’s 2017 Spring Sale collection, featuring 200 works from Old Masters and contemporary greats alike.

Collecting art from Park West Gallery is like finding the perfect flowers for your garden, but without the need to take an allergy pill. We offer everything from one-of-a-kind paintings and etchings to art on metal and limited-edition graphic works.

Choose from the colorful works of Simon Bull, the shimmering metal art of Chris DeRubeis, the whimsical imagery of Michael Godard, and the bright landscapes of painting duo Wendy Schaefer-Miles and Kevin Miles. Other artists included in the collection are David “Lebo” Le Batard, Marcus Glenn, Duaiv, Michael Cheval, Slava Ilyayev and Daniel Wall.

Need a pop of color? Then be sure to check out the 3-D graphic works of Romero Britto offered exclusively by Park West Gallery and the works by Pop icon Max.

If you usually spring for history, artwork by some of art’s greatest figures are available during the sale, including Rembrandt van Rijn, Francisco Goya, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Marc Chagall and Joan Miró. Don’t pass up the opportunity to own a work by contemporary masters such as Pino, Erté, Yaacov Agam and Itzchak Tarkay.

Spring is full of occasions for gift-giving and celebration, from Easter and Mother’s Day to Father’s Day and graduations. There is something for everyone on your list, so be sure to view the Spring Sale collection online.

For more information, contact our gallery consultants at (800) 521-9654 ext. 4, or spring into Park West Gallery’s Southfield, Michigan location.

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