Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Park West Gallery 2009 SPRING SALE - Jewelry

Park West Gallery 2009 Spring SALE - Jewelry

Park West Gallery

2009 SPRING SALE - Jewelry

Park West Gallery has acquired a wonderful selection of designer watches and fine jewelry, all available for purchase at liquidation prices.

Collect unique pieces from designer names like Alpina Geneve, Bellport, Elini, Olivia, and Roberto Coin.

Peruse jewelry selections from Park West Gallery's Spring Collection

View our Sale Brochure for a complete listing of all sale pieces

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

2009 Park West Gallery Spring Sale is Here!

Park West Gallery Spring Sale 2009
Peruse selections from the Park West Gallery Spring Collection or view our Sale Brochure for a complete listing of all sale pieces.

For pricing, call 800.521.9654 x 4 or

Park West Gallery Spring Sale 2009

Park West Gallery Blog Poll #1: The Results

Thank you to all who participated in the first Park West Gallery unofficial blog poll!

Question: Which artist would you like to learn more about?

Here are the results:

Peter Max = 44%


Be sure to vote in this week's poll:

Question: If you could collect any famous painting which would you choose?

  • Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa"
  • Monet's "Water Lilies"
  • Van Gogh's "Starry Night"
  • Dali's "Persistance of Memory"
  • Picasso's "Guernica"
Voting ends Friday, February 27 at 12pm EST

Monday, February 23, 2009

The Park West Foundation March 7, 2009 Event Invitation

The Park West Foundation
Proudly Presents a Lifetime Achievement Award
Weusi Olusa
Mentor, Activist, Organizer
Pioneers for Peace, President

Saturday, March 7, 2009
at Park West Gallery

The Park West Foundation

Friday, February 20, 2009

Park West Foundation Featured in The Detroit Free Press

Drive-by shooting victim Weusi Olusola inspires with cancer battle

By Rochelle Riley • Free Press Columnist • February 20, 2009

Weusi Olusola's second life began two weeks after he got shot.

A 16-year-old All-State basketball star and marching band member at Murray Wright High, he was Willie Brown Jr. then. On August 10, 1986, he was eager to finish his shift at a downtown Hardee's so he could rush home to meet a pretty girl. He was so eager that he took a cab. He was just a block away from his dad's house, standing and flirting, when six guys sprayed the corner with gunfire.

Two months later -- after four hours of surgery, 60 days of anguish and 86,000 unstoppable seconds of knowing that he wouldn't walk again -- he got a visit from Pistons legend Isiah Thomas asking him to be the grand marshal of an anticrime parade. Two weeks after that, he began speaking to what would become thousands of youths, initially on his own, and 10 years later as part of Pioneers for Peace, a group of living victims who show what gun violence can do.

Twenty-three years later, he is battling Stage 4 bladder cancer and doctors have given him six months to live. But Weusi Olusola wasn't beaten then, and he isn't beaten now. He plans to be there on March 7 when the Park West Foundation, which funds family and youth initiatives, fetes him with a lifetime achievement award.

"The number of kids that he has touched personally, that he has made an impact on, I can't even count," said Saba Gebrai, program director of the Park West Foundation. "There has not been a school, a community, a hellhole that we have not been in. After homicides, when nobody else is there, there are just a few people you can call. He's one of them."

The lifelong Detroiter, who was diagnosed two months ago, said the March event also is to raise funds for a miracle. It won't be the first... Read the Full Article

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Customer Corner

"We really enjoy being a part of the Park West events. We have always enjoyed art but every time we attend a Park West event, we learn so much that we didn't know and have developed a greater appreciation for types of art we never considered before.

We especially enjoy meeting the artists. Talking to them and getting to know them makes their artwork more personal and gives us a better understanding of it. The three artists we have met---Marko Mavrovich, Dominic Pangborn and Simon Bull---are artists we'd never paid attention to and didn't realize how much we like their work until meeting them.

Chris Lindsay's knowledge of art and his ability to convey it to us 'new-comers' is wonderful. We are educated about great artwork and then allowed to purchase it at great prices. Thank you for including us and we look forward to seeing you again in the future."

Brenda & Carl S.
Webster, New York


"Just wanted to say Thank You for the invitation to be a guest, of Park West Gallery. Bill and I enjoyed ourselves very much, and enjoyed meeting and making, I hope, lifelong friends.

I hope Park West Gallery knows what a GREAT team the four of you make. You all work very well together, and very hard and long hours to pull off such an event. I hope to see you all again."

Kathryn S.
Palmyra, Tennessee


"We can't say enough how much we enjoyed the VIP cruise and that every aspect of it was above and beyond what we had expected. Thanks again for everything!"

Kim and Bill K.
Cantonment, Florida


"It was an amazing experience. Between the artists and the classes it was all extraordinary. We considered a very special opportunity."

Michael and Robbin J.
Lakeland, Florida


"We had a nice and educational time and walked away with art I am sure we will enjoy for many years. Thank you and your team for a well executed, professional and enjoyable time. We look forward to another opportunity."

Hill and Marshall G.
Boca Raton, Florida


"We really enjoyed the cruise. Most of all we enjoyed the learning experience. You really made sure everyone was well informed on the artworks, artists and different aspects of the artists and movements they belonged to. Ranging from Tim Rogerson's Donald Duck to the Dali we picked up, we are very happy with our purchases. We also look forward to seeing you again. Again I would like to thank you for the fantastic experience and the great art."

Anthony and Larissa D.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Monday, February 16, 2009

Park West Gallery Launches New Alex Gockel Website

Park West Gallery, Alex GockelPark West Gallery continues its 40 year tradition of connecting people with artists and fine art by inviting you to visit our new web site for artist Alfred "Alex" Gockel.

Park West Gallery's Gockel website features a biography of the artist, an online art gallery and video of Gockel at Park West Gallery's 40th Anniversary celebration.

"I like to touch the viewer's soul with my vibrant colors," Gockel has said. "My purpose is to express my joy in life, and to show that we can overcome many obstacles through the expressions of life's beauties."

Explore the new Alfred Gockel website located at

Friday, February 13, 2009

Time is Running Out...

Park West Gallery, Valentine's Day
Park West Gallery
Valentine's Day Jewelry Sale

We've got the perfect Valentine's Day gifts for your sweetie!
Park West Gallery has acquired a wonderful selection of designer watches and fine jewelry, all available for purchase at liquidation prices. Give the gift that will last a lifetime.

Park West Gallery, Valentine's DayCall 800.521.9654 x 4 or stop into the Gallery to see our display!

Park West Gallery is located at 29469 Northwestern Highway in Southfield, Michigan.

Valentine's Day is this Saturday - February 14, 2009
...time is running out!

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Take the Park West Gallery Virtual Tour

Visit 23 exhibition galleries in minutes!

View fine artwork by Picasso, Miro, Rembrandt and Park West's most popular living artists. You'll meet CEO, Albert Scaglione, and Park West Gallery Director, Morris Shapiro, who will be your personal docent through this virtual tour. No flash photos please. Enjoy!

Monday, February 9, 2009

Love is in the Air

Valentine's Day is less than one week away! Don't have a *heART* attack over what to buy your sweetie. We *heart* artwork and we know your loved ones will too!

For more information or to purchase any of the images below please click here or call Park West Gallery sales @ 800.521.9654 x 4.

Park West Gallery

Image list from left to right, top to bottom:

Playful Heart II by Simon Bull; Playful Heart I by Simon Bull; A Heart for Home IV by Simon Bull; It's Raining Hearts by Alfred Gockel; My Heart's Melody by Alfred Gockel; Heart Encounter #1 by Dominic Pangborn; Crazy Heart III by Dominic Pangborn; Tappin' the Keys for Love by Marcus Glenn; Have a Heart (Featuring Piano) by Marcus Glenn

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Get Ready to Go Red! - Feb 6, 2009

Park West Gallery, Go Red for WomenCircle
February 6th, 2009
in RED on your calendars!

That’s the day Park West Gallery will join the American Heart Association (AHA)’s fight against heart disease by holding Wear Red Day. We encourage everyone to participate by wearing red to work and donating $5 to help the AHA raise awareness of cardiovascular disease and empower everyone to reduce their risk.

Park West Gallery is proud to be joining the AHA and concerned companies and organizations across America in the fight against the #1 killer of women - as well as of men. Wear Red Day is a chance for us to arm ourselves with knowledge about this devastating disease and to raise funds that will help the AHA advance its research and education efforts.

Learn more about the national cause to increase awareness and help women reduce their risk of heart disease at

Ready to donate now? Use your cell phone and text RED to 90999 to donate $5 to help Go Red For Women in the fight against women and heart disease. To make a donation online please go to

Thank you in advance for supporting this lifesaving program!

Another Fine Experience with Park West Gallery

Tim Yanke, Park West Gallery

February 1, 2009

"My husband, John, and I took the Carnival Liberty over Thanksgiving and brought along our 6 1/2 yr. old granddaughter Melody, who was the youngest child with the VIP group. Melody has been exposed to much artwork and she was able to recognize many of the artists, mostly by their technique or subject matter.

Melody had the great experience of painting for almost an hour with abstract artist Tim Yanke, on a 44x62 piece entitled Yankee Doodle II. Tim and his wife, Nicky, were so kind to Melody and we were able to meet their two nice sons. Of course we purchased the piece!! Talk about being "painted into a corner." The artwork just arrived yesterday and it is spectacular.

Simon Bull and David Najar were also on board and when it came time to purchase their works, Melody did the actual bidding. The staff of the auction, Chris, Samantha, Rebecca and Simon were so knowledgeable, warm and friendly that they helped make the trip memorable.

Again, another fine experience with Park West Gallery."

Lana G.
Port St. Lucie, Florida

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