Monday, January 31, 2011

Romero Britto on Lifetime Television’s “The Balancing Act”

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Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection, Romero Britto
“Mickey’s World” by Romero Britto,
Park West Gallery Collection
The “most renowned Pop artist of our time,” Romero Britto, stopped by the Lifetime Television morning show The Balancing Act last Friday.

During the interview, the artist discussed his successful career, from his days growing up in Brazil, to his upcoming (second) exhibition at the Louvre and other exciting ventures.

Britto said he’s surprised that his art has been able to take him so far and he looks forward to sharing even more of his work with people all over the world.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Park West Gallery Winter Sale Offers Unique Works at Attractive Prices

Park West Gallery Fine Art Winter Sale

Eclectic selection of fine art, sports memorabilia, animation art and designer jewelry

The Park West Gallery Winter Sale Collection is currently being featured online and boasts an array of fine artwork, sports memorabilia, Japanese woodcuts, animation art, and high-end designer jewelry, all of which are being offered at exciting sale prices now through February 14, 2011.

More than 300 works by some of the world's greatest artists are featured in this special collection, including old and modern masters like Rembrandt, Picasso, Goya, Renoir and Chagall, as well as contemporary artists such as Peter Max, Yaacov Agam, Romero Britto, Linda Le Kinff, Marcus Glenn, and Itzchak Tarkay. A variety of media are available ranging from oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors and drawings, to hand-signed limited edition etchings, lithographs, serigraphs and hand-embellished graphic works.

In addition to fine artwork, a portion of Park West Gallery's expansive sports memorabilia collection of signed photographs and other collectibles are featured in the Winter Sale. Also included in this offering are Japanese Woodcuts, which provide a glimpse into Japan's rich history, and several examples from Park West Gallery's impressive animation art collection. Fine jewelry from high-end designers like Erte, Yvel, Lumiere, and Roberto Coin are also featured; each work melds superb craftsmanship with a unique design.

The Winter Sale Collection can be viewed at Knowledgeable art consultants are ready to assist callers toll-free at (800)-521-9654 ext 4 or (248)-354-2343.

Collectors can also browse the Winter Sale Collection in person at Park West Gallery. Park West Gallery is located at 29469 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, Michigan. Gallery hours are Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm and Saturday 11am - 6pm.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

All You Need is Love, and Csaba Markus

"When I began painting, I was thinking about music.
I asked myself, what was the most influential and important music
of the century? Of course, there can always be arguments about this,
but my choice was the Beatles. They were always authoritative,
exciting, and innovative and every song was a love song."
—CSABA MARKUS (January 26, 1953 – )

Csaba Markus, Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection
“Europea” by Csaba Markus | Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection
There are many other painters in the world, but many Park West Gallery collectors will tell you that there is only one whose paintings can create such contrasts within such harmony, one who can express the Eternal Feminine in her many guises, both as mortal woman and as mythological goddess. There is one who does not paint merely to please the eye, but to shake the soul of the viewer.

There is only one, and his name is Csaba Markus.

Friday, January 21, 2011

Mitsie’s Memories: Victor Spahn, Art in Motion

Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection, Victor Spahn, Albert Scaglione, Mitsie Scaglione
Artist Victor Spahn (left) and Park West Gallery CEO Albert Scaglione at the artist’s studio in Paris.
©Park West Gallery, 2011
A Park West Gallery exclusive • By Mitsie Scaglione

Through the door of our Hotel in Paris came an energy force that was the artist Victor Spahn. He is a whirlwind of motion, much like his art of sailboats, horses and sports figures.

Victor had come to take Albert and I to his home outside of Paris, where he has a studio. The artist Linda Le Kinff and her husband, Jacques, joined us. Many of our artists have forged friendships beyond their respective art world...

* * * Exclusive artwork by Victor Spahn is available for purchase through Park West Gallery and its cruise art auctions at sea. Visit the Park West Gallery – Spahn Fine Art Collection to learn more.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Google Doodle Celebrates Paul Cezanne’s Birthday

Be sure to visit the Google homepage today for a colorful tribute to one of the world’s most celebrated artists in history!

Google Doodle, Paul Cezanne, Park West Gallery
Jan. 19, 2011: Today’s Google Doodle commemorates Paul Cezanne’s 172nd birthday.
Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the birthday of the “Father of Modern Art,” Paul Cezanne (January 19, 1839 – October 22, 1906). The French artist was a highly influential figure in 20th century art, a pioneer in the Post-Impressionist movement and inspiration for the Cubist movement. (Learn more about Cezanne at Park West Gallery Artist Biographies.)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

An Exclusive Interview with Contemporary Artist Charles Lee [Video]

Charles Lee, Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection
“Colorful Music Play” by Charles Lee | Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection
Park West Gallery Artist Series Presents: Charles Lee
Korean-born Charles Lee is a diverse multi-talented artist who paints in two distinct styles, one which incorporates a naive approach and the other which is more representational and romantic in tone. In a Park West Gallery exclusive, the artist speaks about his preferred styles and subject matters and the continuous evolution of his work.

(After the video, visit Park West Gallery Artist Biographies to learn more.)

Friday, January 14, 2011

The Mysterious Allegories of Roy Fairchild

Park West Gallery proudly presents the extraordinary works of British artist Roy Fairchild. Often referred to as “neo-romantic,” Fairchild’s art is at once mysterious and yet accessible. It is wholly unique and yet grounded in many artistic styles…

Roy Fairchild, Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection
“A Gift From Far Away” by Roy Fairchild | Park West Gallery
A Park West Gallery exclusive • By Roy Fairchild
My early career was spent as an illustrator. At first, I enjoyed the challenge of tight deadlines, and the changes in style to suit the needs of the client—anything from cartoons to technical illustration. As I grew older, however, I became increasingly frustrated by the skipping from one style to another. I found that I needed to find a style that I could spend time on, to develop and grow. In short, like most artists, I needed to find my own voice...

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Hyper Realist Alexander Chen: Park West Gallery Artist Video Series

Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection, Alexander Chen
“Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics” by Alexander Chen | Park West Gallery Collection
Park West Gallery Artist Series Presents: Alexander Chen
In a Park West Gallery exclusive, hyper realist Alexander Chen discusses his beginnings as an artist in China to later moving to the United States. Chen also talks about being selected as the Official Artist of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. The artist explains that he hopes his paintings of iconic landmarks and cityscapes will serve as visual “dictionaries of history” for future generations.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Vote for Park West Gallery in HOUR’s "2011 Best of Detroit" Contest

Your votes in WDIV’s “2010 4 the Best” contest recently named Park West Gallery as the “#1 Art Gallery” in metro Detroit — and we need your help again!

Hour Detroit's Best of Detroit 2011, Park West Gallery

Park West Gallery is competing in HOUR Detroit’s “2011 Best of Detroit” contest!!
The annual poll celebrates the city’s finest restaurants, services, businesses and people. Park West Gallery needs your help to win, so please take a minute to vote!

Here’s how to vote:
  1. Visit and fill out the short “Your Information” section.
  2. Scroll halfway down the page to the “SHOPPING” section. Toward the bottom of that section you’ll find the “BEST PLACE TO BUY ORIGINAL ART (GALLERY)” category.
  3. Type PARK WEST GALLERY in the blank space, then scroll to the end of the page and click submit![Note: You do not have to complete the entire ballot. Only vote in the categories of your choosing.]
Polls close March 15, 2011. Thank you for voting Park West Gallery!

Monday, January 3, 2011

Mitsie’s Memories: At Home with Linda Le Kinff

Park West Gallery, Linda Le Kinff, Mitsie Scaglione, Albert Scaglione
Linda Le Kinff’s home in Rambouillet, France. ©Park West Gallery, 2011
A Park West Gallery exclusive • By Mitsie Scaglione
For these many years when traveling to Paris, we have always stayed at the Hotel Montreal by the Paris Opera, a small hotel with 23 rooms where “everybody knows your name.” The proprietor Madame Jacqueline and her assistant, Monsieur Jacques, become our Paris family. We could always depend on them to assist us with our artist appointments, many of which took place in the lovely sitting room of the hotel. It was there that we first met Linda Le Kinff and her husband, Jacques...

*** Mitsie Scaglione is the wife of Park West Gallery CEO Albert Scaglione. Read more of Mitsie’s Memories at The Official Blog of Park West Gallery
Exclusive artwork by Linda Le Kinff is available for purchase through Park West Gallery and its cruise art auctions at sea. Visit the Park West Gallery – Le Kinff Fine Art Collection to learn more.
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