The Weather Outside is Frightful, But Art is so Delightful

 In Artists & Special Collections

Despite Michigan being blanketed with 6-8 inches of snow last evening, the Park West Gallery bloggers have happily reported for duty (boots and all)! On this particular Snow Day, we thought we’d share some of our favorite pieces from the Park West Gallery Collection – all of which proudly feature the powdery white stuff.

So if you had to dig your car out this morning, these images should remind you that snow really can be a beautiful thing. We hope you enjoy this Snow Day and the fine art below… and just remember: Park West Gallery is open today (because we’re brave like that), so stop in for a visit!

“Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…”

Shkelqim Dani, Park West Gallery

“Winter Walking” (2005) by DANI SHKELQIM

Alexander Chen, Park West Gallery

“Central Park Winter” (2007) by ALEXANDER CHEN

Leslie Lew, Park West Gallery

“Winter Wonderland” (2009) by LESLIE LEW

Peter Ellenshaw, Park West Gallery

“Winter Walk” (2005) by PETER ELLENSHAW
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Ken Shotwell, Park West Gallery

“Paris Snow/Winter” (2003) by KEN SHOTWELL

Littorio Del Signore, Park West Gallery

“Un Tour de Caleche” (1998) by LITTORIO DEL SIGNORE

If you’re interesting in collecting any of the artwork shown above, please contact the Park West Gallery Sales Department toll-free at 800-521-9654 x4, Canada/Int’l: 248-354-2343 x4 or email (all artwork is subject to availability).

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"Caridad de una muger" (A Woman's Charity, 1810-1820), Francisco Goya. Etching, lavis, burin, and burnisher on wove paper.