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Monday, September 22, 2008
Fall Into Park West Gallery
Fall 2008 has arrived - the leaves are changing color, planning for the holidays has begun - and surely it's time to update the decor of your home with the latest artwork selections available through Park West Gallery. Check out the unique collection and outstanding quality offered in the Park West Gallery Fall Sale.
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Looks like the colors might be changing outside and inside my home. The Fall Sale Catalog has arrived.ReplyDelete
Check out the artwork on sale by Tarkay. Who says it's easy to choose just one.ReplyDelete
There's more to Park West than you think. Take the tour.ReplyDelete
The catalogs are starting to arrive. Time to get a head start on Christmas shopping. You can't delay when considering unique pieces from Park West artists. You wouldn't want to let the perfect color variation end up on someone else's walls would you? Get your shopping done early.ReplyDelete
Whether you collect Old Master works, Durer, Chagall, Picasso or Dali or Miro. Current contemporary artists, Picot, Le Kinff, Fanch, Tarkay, Agam, Gockel, Medvedev, Krasnyansky,Pangborn, Bellet, Mouly, Bull or Animiation art. More than 400 works are on sale, check out the current catalog.ReplyDelete
Send this link to your friends, the Park West Fall Sale catalog is on line. Call 800-521-9654 ext 4 to get the sale price.ReplyDelete
Outside chores are done, time to start working on the inside in time for the holidays. Spruce up your walls with art from Park West or your favorite gallery.ReplyDelete
I purchase art from many galleries. Attending art fairs is another past time I enjoy. Park West along with Wentworth are my favorite, their sales staff are wonderful to work with. I prefer to shop at established galleries or directly from the artist. You have to be careful if buying off the internet, who knows what you might get or in what condition. Just a bit of collecting advice from an art junkie.ReplyDelete
I prefer the old fashioned way, send the catalog in the mail and let me flip pages over a cup of coffee. With rising costs I can see why most companies have resorted to the web to promote their sale items. I get emails from everyone, Costco, Macy's, Target, even Park West. But that's ok, if it helps keep prices down I'm all for it. Unlike everything at the grocery store where the package becomes smaller and the price higher, maybe they should start advertising on the internet also instead of all those flyers in the mail and with the paper that end up just end up in the trash or being recycled.ReplyDelete