View the “Art and Serenity” David Najar collection

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All the Pretty Colors” (2016), David Najar

Be among those who collect from the inaugural David Najar solo exhibition at Park West Gallery during the “Art and Serenity” exhibition.

More than 45 new and archival works are on display and available to collect for the first time. The exhibition runs from April 3-29 at the Southfield, Michigan gallery. The collection is also available online.

Park West Gallery Director David Gorman says the show provides an exclusive opportunity to not only collect new and unique works by Najar, but to acquire them during a historical first for the gallery and Najar.

“Imagine taking a time machine back to 1983 and having the opportunity to collect original Itzchak Tarkay paintings at his first solo exhibition at Park West Gallery,” says Gorman. “This is 2016 and is something we will likely be talking about for years to come – Najar’s first solo exhibition at Park West Gallery is an opportunity that happens once in a lifetime.”

Najar is considered a contemporary expressionist, learning techniques under artists such as Tarkay and Moshe Rosenthalis. He finds inspiration in nature, whether it is a meadow of flowers, a tree standing against the sunset, or even an arrangement of flowers. Included in the “Art and Serenity” collection are figurative works, a rarity among Najar’s tranquil landscapes, as well as scenic beaches.

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Not so Distant Memory” (2015), David Najar

Najar uses nature to express feelings and mood, but also invites the viewer to take a moment, relax, and appreciate the beauty that surrounds them.

“In nature there is no time, it can be 10,000 years ago or 400 years later,” he says. “All of these things around us are beautiful and amazing.”

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Ocean Breeze” (2015), David Najar

Although limited editions can be purchased through any of our cruise ship auctions, this exhibition presents a rare opportunity to collect original, one-of-a-kind paintings by Najar. Contact our gallery consultants at 800-521-9654 ext. 4 or at for more information.

Admission to the gallery and exhibition is complimentary. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays.

View the Najar collection here.

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