Thursday, October 29, 2009

We Loved Every Minute with Park West at Sea...

We strive to make all of your experiences with Park West at sea enriching and enjoyable. In addition to experiencing the Park West Gallery Art Collection and the Park West artists, it is our hope that you will also meet wonderful new friends along the way. Please keep sharing your latest Park West stories with us.

Dear Park West Gallery Friends:

Just a note to say we had a great time at the Alaska VIP event. It was a great adventure. We enjoyed every minute of it - as well as - meeting your knowledgeable staff. They all represented your company well.

Park West Gallery Artist Tim Yanke
We purchased some great art...and loved the unique socializing with other VIP's. The art selections were delightful, the staff was professional, and very friendly, personable, and helpful.... seeming to truly look out for our needs and art desires. We love our choices.... and of course Tim Yanke was a super star treat!

Keep us in mind for other art adventures....

Until next time...your friends in art...

Jimmy and Jackie W.
Theodore, Alabama

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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Park West Fine Art Events are Informative…

Park West Gallery prides itself on providing its collectors with memorable, informative events. Whether you’ve joined us for our Cruise Art Auctions or a land-based event, let us know what you thought. Park West Gallery receives customer reviews regarding many aspects of our events such as the Art Auctioneers, the Park West artists, and the Park West Gallery Art Collection – and we enjoy reading them all.

Dear Park West Gallery:

It was nice to meet the Park West team in Phoenix. My wife and I and our good friends, Mel and Leslie, had a fine time, and we look forward to receiving the art works we purchased.

What it Means to Me. Dominic Pangborn.
Please place well-deserved gold stars on the chart for Simon, who initially contacted us with the invitation to attend, as well as to EJ, Chris Lindsay, Oscar and the rest of the truly professional team who made the VIP event enjoyable and informative.


Donn P.
Las Vegas, NV


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Monday, October 26, 2009

Art Auctioneer Enjoys Working with Park West

The Art Auctioneers maintaining the Park West Galleries on cruise ships around the world lead extraordinary lives. While they do work hard running Park West’s Cruise Art Auctions, they also get to explore all of the exotic locations they find themselves in – all while meeting some fantastic people along the way.

We hope you enjoy getting a glimpse into their activities as much as we do. We also love hearing about your experiences with Park West at sea, so please feel free to share them with us.

"Without question one of the best career decisions I ever made was to work with Park West as an Art Auctioneer. I am an American and I was raised in Mission Viejo, California. When I was young I never got to travel further than Arizona. Everyone dreams of having that great jet-setting job traveling the world earning tons of money. When I finally decided to become an Art Auctioneer on a cruise ship I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I was scared because I knew very little about art; actually all I knew for sure was that this job was like nothing else I had ever encountered.

The training shore side was intense, and the first four months on the job was a blur. As an Associate Art Auctioneer it was all about hard work and dedication, and you are constantly learning new things. Everything you do is preparation for the final phase: to become a Principal Art Auctioneer on your own cruise ship.

Needless to say at some point pretty early on in the job I found myself typing away on Facebook on a Tuesday during a day off in port. One of my old friends was chatting with me while on a break in their cubicle at their 9-5 job. They asked me where I was, what I was doing, and what this new job was that I had gotten myself into. I told them that I was on Cozumel Island in Mexico at a beach resort. I was lounging by a pool drinking cheap Coronas at No Name Bar (trust me, you will love it when you get there) after spending the morning SCUBA diving on some of the world’s best reefs. My new girlfriend from Sweden was sitting next to me and she was chatting with other shipboard friends from England and South Africa and Romania and Thailand. I was an art auctioneer / art dealer representing the world’s largest art dealer and I live and work on cruise ships all over the world.

My friend of course quickly replied “lol – what are you really doing.” I think it was at that point that it hit me. I had found that dream job.

Working with Park West takes a lot of determination, hard work, creativity, people skills and a can do attitude. There are plenty of easy and fun days when the ship is in port and plenty of long hard days when the ship is at sea. The work is hard but the rewards are huge. This is not a 9-5 office job – you wake up in a new country every morning. You live for free on a luxury cruise line and have friends from all over the world. You have the opportunity and privilege to work with world class original artwork from some of the world’s greatest living artists and even some of art history’s greatest masters. The first time you ever pick up a 300+ year old Rembrandt your heart races; then it races even more when it sells to an excited client. You work with fun and happy guests who are on vacation and you can educate them and enrich their lives. You are part of a very strong team made up of top of their game outgoing go-getters who are wonderful to work with and call your friends.

Working with Park West is the best move I have ever made in my life, and I cannot wait to see what the next 5 years have in store for me, because somehow it just keeps getting better."

Art Auctioneer Jason
Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Friday, October 23, 2009

Exhibit Features Matisse and Rodin

Henri Matisse is an artist of classical greatness and one of the strongest influences on the art of the 20th century. The Park West Gallery Collection is one of the world's finest, showcasing fine art by masters including Henri Matisse. Browse the Park West Gallery - Matisse Collection >>

Henri Matisse. Nu bleu IV, 1952. © succession H. Matisse - Photo : Ville de Nice - Service PhotographiquePARIS -- The Rodin Museum is staging a face-to-face encounter between two outstanding creative artists who were only a generation apart, Henri Matisse and Auguste Rodin. Rodin was the dominant figure in the sculpture of the period while Matisse, Rodin's contemporary for the first seventeen years of the 20th century, introduced revolutionary changes in its painting. The story of the encounters and relations between these two major artists is one that has remained unexplored until now.

When the two artists met for the first time, in 1899, Matisse was thirty years old and Rodin sixty. Matisse & Rodin will put forward some fresh thinking on what Matisse, the master of Fauvism, made of Rodin, on what his works can tell us about the affinities, correspondences or differences between the two artists.

On show to the public will be a wide-ranging selection of Matisse's sculpture, an aspect of his work to which no specific exhibition has been devoted since 1975. By selecting certain specific works and using a thematic approach, Matisse & Rodin sets out to show both points of convergence and divergence in the sculptural and graphic work of the two masters. It aims to explore Matisse's sculpture and drawings and, from the perspective of Matisse's art, to see Rodin in a new light.

Matisse & Rodin is now on view through February 28, 2010.

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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Collectors Spend Time with Artist Tim Yanke

Park West artist Tim Yanke enjoys spending time with his collectors – and they enjoy spending time with him too! We wanted to share a small portion of the wonderful thank you letters Tim receives from happy collectors. Next time you are cruising, be sure to check out the Park West Galleries onboard and visit the Cruise Art Auctions. You never know when an artist might show up!

Park West Gallery Artist Tim Yanke
We received the painting this week and wanted to send along our thanks. We are really pleased with the piece - the colors are great and you certainly personalized it for us! Thanks for the dedication on the back - it makes it even more special. The entire piece is a great reminder of the wonderful time we had in Santa Fe.

We look forward to seeing you again sometime in the future.

Merle & Donna

Thanks for helping make our VIP cruise experience so enjoyable. We would love to have your family over for dinner the next time you are in South Florida.

Let's stay in touch.

Alan & Noa

Ron, Ronnie and I want to say thank you for his Butterfly picture along with the saying on the back. That was so sweet of you. Ronnie really loved it and it will go over his bed in his new apartment. I would love to know what the saying is on the picture.

Thanks again.


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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Collectors Impressed with Park West Gallery

Park West Galleries can be found on a variety of cruise ships, and they offer passengers a unique opportunity to view and collect artworks from a multitude of artists. Next time you find yourself cruising, check out the Park West Gallery Collection of artwork onboard.

Dear Park West Gallery,

Henry and I would like to express our sincere appreciation for your warm hospitality during the Park West event on the NCL Pearl last month. We enjoyed getting to know the members of your knowledgeable staff, as well as the interesting artists that joined us. Of our 23 cruises this was by far the most enjoyable, and one we will fondly remember.

Full Bloom #10. Itzchak Tarkay.
Our art collection grows with each cruise we take, and we couldn't be more impressed in our dealings with Park West. We have found that Park West conducts itself with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. Our relationship with your company has definitely enriched our lives, and we wish you continued success.

Kind regards,

Holly F. & Henry C.
Vancouver, BC


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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Customer Corner: Thanks Park West!

We receive positive comments from Park West Collectors on a regular basis. The topics covered range from feedback on the Park West Gallery Art Collection, to experiences with Art Auctioneers during Cruise Art Auctions, to stories about meeting Park West Gallery Artists – and just about anything else Park West related! If you’ve had an experience with Park West at sea, we’d love to hear about it....

Thanks for a very entertaining and informative series of programs throughout the cruise. We look forward to seeing your friendly and entertaining staff (Paul and Paul & crew) again on a future cruise. We look forward eagerly to the arrival of our 5 beautiful pictures.


Richard W.

We wanted to take this opportunity to tell the Park West staff what a great experience we had this weekend in Houston. Great art, great time and awesome artist. We hope to see y’all again soon and really appreciated the invitation as well as the champagne.

Ken K.

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Monday, October 19, 2009

Happy Birthday Pop Artist Peter Max

PETER MAX (October 19, 1937 )
  • Nationality: American

  • Field: Painting

  • Art Movement: Pop Art

  • ARTiFact: He was raised in Shanghai, China, where he spent his first ten years. He lived in a pagoda-style house situated amidst a Buddhist monastery, a Sikh temple and a Viennese cafe.

  • Artist Quote: “I’m just wowed by the universe. If I didn't choose art, I would have become an astronomer.”

  • Notable Artwork (shown below): Flag with Heart on Blends - Horizontal Americana Suite, 2005.

Peter Max, Flag with Heart on Blends - Horizontal Americana Suite, 2005.___________________________________

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Friday, October 16, 2009

Art Auctioneer Enhances Cruise Experience

Park West Galleries can be found onboard cruise ships around the world. The Art Auctioneers maintaining these galleries can enhance your cruise experience by giving you an in depth knowledge of the Park West artists and the Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection. Join in the fun at a Cruise Art Auction and let us know all about it when you get back from vacation.


Paris Boutiques. Fanch Ledan.Just want to drop you a quick note updating you on the two take-off Fanch pieces we purchased on last week’s cruise. We found a great cab driver at the port who took us to the main FedEx facility in downtown Miami.

It was a good thing we got rid of the art anyway as it took two days to get home from Miami, including spending a night in Atlanta. The art arrived today in excellent condition which was a relief. We eagerly await the receipt of the two other pieces that are coming from the warehouse.

On a personal note, I want to thank you for all the time you spent with us over the course of the cruise. Your enthusiasm, knowledge and expertise were very much appreciated. It was also a pleasure to get to know you on a more personal level. By the end of the cruise I felt as though I was speaking with a friend as well as a very intelligent and trusted art auctioneer. Both Terri and I wish you much success and the best of luck. If I can ever act as a reference for you it would be my please to do so.

If you do ever make it to Minnesota, please be certain to get in touch with me. We would be happy to have you as a guest, and I would enjoy checking out the Cirrus facility myself.


Brian M.
Apple Valley, MN


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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Cruising with Park West Artist Tim Yanke

Here at Park West Gallery we strive to give our collectors unique, hands-on art experiences. This includes bringing collectors together with Park West artists.

Artist Tim Yanke is a favorite of many Park West collectors, and often times once they meet him, they understand and appreciate his artwork even more.


Hi Tim,

We hope this note finds you well. Last week we able to pick up the piece you painted for us from the Park West Gallery VIP Cruise on the Freedom of the Seas we sailed on together in March.

We had to let you know how pleased we are with the work. We couldn’t have asked for better if we were standing over your shoulder. You caught everything that was meaningful, and the title was most apropos. We are still trying to decipher some of the numbers and letters. That’s what makes the piece unique, fun, and interesting.

Our Road. Tim Yanke.
It is hanging just above the TV so it is always in our line of vision. Again, thanks for the great work. We hope we get the chance to cross paths with you again. We enjoyed sailing with you and having a few drinks together. Should you ever be in the Tampa area, please do not hesitate to look us up.

Your friends,

Mike & Janette W.
Tampa, FL


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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

An Outstanding Cruise with Park West at Sea

We strive to make all of your experiences with Park West at sea enriching and enjoyable. In addition to experiencing the Park West Gallery Art Collection and the Park West artists, it is our hope that you will also meet wonderful new friends along the way. Please keep sharing your latest Park West stories with us.

God Bless America - With Five Liberties. Peter Max.Just a note to say what an outstanding VIP cruise we just returned from---from the efficient planner Jin, to the warm and welcoming VIP team of Jen, Tim, and Sebelle, led by Tom, to the incredibly knowledgeable art historian, Travas, it was a first-class experience.

The team took care of our every need, made us all feel special, and most importantly, their love for their work was most evident!

You have assembled a top-rate team who made my husband and me feel like family---we hope to sail with them again.

Thanks for such a wonderful cruise!

Donna H.

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Monday, October 12, 2009

Good Times with Park West at Sea

The Art Auctioneers running the Park West Galleries onboard cruise ships work hard to ensure everyone has an outstanding experience while cruising with Park West at sea. We always enjoy hearing from all of the collectors once they return from their vacations, so please keep sharing your Cruise Art Auction experiences with us.

The Park West Art Auctions are one of the highlights of our cruise vacations. The art we've purchased is wonderful and the prices we've paid are unbelievable.

Keep it up Park West!!!

MaryAnn & Anthony L.

Thank you all so much for the care you showed Cherry and I during our NCL Pearl cruise. Everything was beautifully prepared and we had a perfect vacation as a result. I hope to see you again on a future cruise or at one of your land shows.


Steven K.

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Exhibit: Chagall and the Mediterranean

Marc Chagall, known as the "poet-painter" of the 20th century, lived to be embraced as one of the most influential artists of all time. Started in the 1960s, the Park West Gallery collection is one of the world’s finest, with artwork by masters of art history, including Marc Chagall.

Marc Chagall. Primavera nel prato, 1954-1956. (Marc Chagall, Printemps au pré (1954-1956) © by SIAE 2009)PISA – The Palazzo Blu exhibition Chagall and the Mediterranean is a show of masterpieces by the Belorussian artist. This is the first of a three-year exhibit series dedicated to the great 20th century artists and their relationship with Mediterranean tradition, light and culture. 150 works by Marc Chagall will be on exhibit including paintings, sculptures, ceramics and lithographs all depicting the seascapes of France, Greece and all the way down to the Promised Land.

The exposition is divided into five sections, each with a different theme - Côte d'Azur is a series of paintings including Music and Lovers at St. Paul; Greece demonstrates the artist’s discovery of classical Mediterranean civilization; The Bible depicts the Kotel in Jerusalem and the Crucifying of Christ; and two sections are dedicated to his sculptures and ceramics (with corresponding gouache) and collages (a variety created using different materials).

Chagall and the Mediterranean is on view through Jan. 17, 2010.

For more information, please visit the exhibition website

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Friday, October 9, 2009

Art Auctioneer Makes Cruise Art Auctions Fun

Park West is proud to offer a diverse collection of artwork in the Park West galleries onboard various cruise ships. The next time you find yourself cruising with Park West at sea, be sure to check out the cruise art auctions. And don’t forget to tell us all about your experience when you get back!

Hello Park West Gallery,

My fiancée and I along with my parents recently went to 3 Park West auctions held on board the Carnival Glory during a 7 day cruise of the Caribbean. I had been to a Park West auction on a cruise last year but did not intend on bidding. This time around, I was determined to attend and bid and buy.

I want to congratulate Park West for having such a wonderful collection of art as well as such wonderful staff. The Park West staff on the Glory was extremely knowledgeable, personable and informative.

Central Park Bridge - Winter. Alexander Chen.
The auctioneer, Martin, was a joy to work with and provided information about every piece on the block. Martin's assistants, Roxanna (his fiancée) and Cornelia were equally knowledgeable and pleasant. But it was Martin's special flair that helped me to enjoy the auctions so much more. "I'm just sayin!" That was Martin's trademark saying during the auctions. "Trust me!"

Because of Martin, my fiancée and I purchased an Alexander Chen, 3 Emile Bellet pieces, and we collected a few free pieces (Krasnyansky) thanks to raffles. My parents purchased a Thomas Kinkade, a Scott Jacobs piece, a set by Schaefer & Miles and a Max! Yes a Peter Max. I am so jealous of them. And it's all because of Martin.

Thanks again Martin, Roxanna, Cornelia and Park West.

Brian L.
Davenport, FL

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Exhibit: Miro of Majorca

Joan Miró is viewed by the art world and collectors, as one of the most important artist of the 20th century and the precursor for much of Modern Art. Since 1969, Park West Gallery has been a reliable resource for the artwork of Modern Masters, including Joan Miró. Park West Gallery Artist Biographies: Joan Miró >>

Pilar i Joan Miró a Mallorca Foundation
THESSALONIKI, GREECE -- The Teloglion Foundation and the Foundation Pilar i Joan Mirό of Majorca present one of the artist’s greatest exhibitions in Greece, Mirό of Majorca. The exhibit includes a significant number of Joan Mirό’s works and documents (over 400) of all themes including: painting, sculpture, etching, drawings, sketches for sculptures or public art, for sobreteixisms, for ballet, for music, material for King Ubu of Jarry (of special importance to Mirό). The scale model of the Sert workshop - along with documents, notes, furniture, objects, etc. - convey the atmosphere, the internal aspect of his way of thinking.

The works date back to 1908 (his only salvaged early landscape painting) until his death in 1983. However, the exhibition mainly presents mature Mirό in Majorca and the works he created in the workshop designed by his architect friend Josep Lluis Sert in 1956. This workshop is a landmark in Mirό’s work, because it is in this workshop that he reviewed his up to then course and decided to make a new beginning.

This is about a period of endless independence and search. Having drawn experience in America, and being acquainted with the painters of the ‘Action painting’, he now lives within the atmosphere of European ‘Αrt Informel’. He is influenced by the prehistoric caverns’ painting, the art of the Far East, the Catalan folk tradition, his country’s own tradition, and the twelve-note music. His eagerness to enter new fields is evident in his own artistic technique - stains, spatters, streams, graphics, tinctures, cracks, sutures, nails, ropes, use of random elements, of violent gestures, persistent deepening in the expressiveness of materials. His themes include bioform surreal symbol figures, the woman, the birds, landscapes, the realm of the sky, the sun, the moon, the constellations.

Mirό of Majorca is currently on view through February 5, 2010.

For more info on this exhibit, please visit the Teloglion Foundation of Art

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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Cruising with Park West at Sea…

We strive to make your experiences with Park West at sea as enriching and enjoyable as possible. In addition to experiencing the Park West Gallery Art Collection and the Park West artists, it is our hope that you will also meet wonderful new friends along the way. Please keep sharing your latest Park West stories with us.

Park West Gallery:

A Day at the Salon with Sue #7. Itzchak Tarkay.Thank you for inviting us to another Park West VIP event. It’s always a joy spending time and being part of the Park West family. We had a wonderful and enjoyable time throughout the entire trip.

The high level of creative energy among the Park West staff, as well as their personal pride in what they do, is always obvious and very gratifying.

In addition to the Alaskan cruise experience, the beautiful scenery, and all the delicious dinners, the Park West cocktail parties and auctions were excellent and so much fun. As always, they are intellectually stimulating allowing one to embrace aspects of economic, social and political history, and philosophy in addition to the consideration of many view points and theories. Many of the presented works of art by Park West, whether modern or classical, show me immense depth, variety, complexity and ingenuity.

Once again, thank you and take care.

Adel & Rose K.
Sterling Heights, MI

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Monday, October 5, 2009

Park West Artwork to Remember Our Cruises…

Cruise Ship Art Auctioneers strive to make cruising with Park West at sea an enjoyable, exciting experience for all. It is always wonderful to hear about someone’s first experiences with the Park West Gallery Fine Art Collection – and of course we love hearing from our seasoned collectors as well!

Dear Park West Gallery:

My name is Carol and in May 2009 my sister Donna and I cruised on Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the Seas to the Bahamas. This was my 1st cruise, and my sister’s 3rd cruise. I had never been to an art auction before, but I am an art enthusiast. My sister also had never attended an art auction and only went because I wanted to go.

Shimmering by Igor Medvedev.I had visited the gallery on the ship and spoke with Yevgeny about the serigraph on canvas by Igor Medvedev titled Shimmering; I fell in love with it. Yevgeny signed me up for the auction. The auction information and my number were delivered to my cabin along with a Park West catalogue of the some of the artist’s works.

I did purchase Shimmering as well as a Krasnyansky and an Erte bronze medallion. My sister purchased a Krasnyansky and two Erte bronze medallions. The art all arrived safely and beautifully framed.

My sister, her husband, and 3 other couples are booked for a Mediterranean cruise in October 2010. My sister has caught the art bug and intends on purchasing a Fanch Ledan work of art on the cruise; it is one we saw on the Monarch of the Seas. This will be our way of remembering each cruise. She was also looking forward to finding a Medvedev - his landscapes are beautiful. We especially liked the way he does light and shadows.

In closing Derek and Yevgeny were very helpful and informative. The auction was a lot of fun. We are both extremely pleased with our art.


Carol R.

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Artist Peter Max Receives Preserve Putnam Award

In his global causes, Peter Max is a passionate environmentalist and defender of human and animal rights. Park West Gallery has enjoyed a relationship with Peter Max since the 1970s, and is the artist’s largest and longest-running dealer in the world. Browse the Park West Gallery - Peter Max Collection >>

NY1 Reporter George Whipple (left) interviews Peter Max (center) and his wife Mary (right).BREWSTER, NY -- World-famous pop artist Peter Max and his wife Mary appeared at the Tilly Foster Farm in Brewster, N.Y. to be honored for a life's work in charity.

"I think this is why we are here. There's a line that comes out of India, I got that from the swamis, 'Love all, serve all.' We're here to love all and serve all," said Max. "And the more people we can serve the better."

His wife Mary Max, a board member of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, advocates animal rights. "Animals are living beings who want to live their lives just as much as we do," said Mary Max.

Max and his wife toured the collection of rare and endangered early American farm animals at the Tilly Foster Farm Museum, before receiving the preserved Putnam Award for a life of charitable giving.


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Friday, October 2, 2009

Customer Corner: Thanks Park West Gallery!

We receive positive comments from Park West Collectors on a regular basis. The topics covered range from feedback on the Park West Gallery Art Collection, to experiences with Art Auctioneers during Cruise Art Auctions, to stories about meeting Park West Gallery Artists – and just about anything else Park West related! If you’ve had an experience with Park West at sea, we’d love to hear about it....

Just had a wonderful experience, as usual, with Park West! Brandon was fantastic! He was such a pleasure to work with. This comment is mainly to give compliments to Brandon. For such a young man he is really knowledgeable, personable and an extremely good salesperson. We are looking forward to our next Park West Auction.

Thank you,

Sandra J.

Greetings from the beautiful city of St. Augustine, Florida. We have been Park West clients since 1996 and own a staggering 17 pieces of art from the auctions! We have found the Park West staff to be very friendly and knowledgeable about the works they are selling. We always enjoy your stop at the Marriot of Sawgress!!

Keep up the good work!

Mary & Joe L.

Neil was the art auctioneer (and Cameron was his assistant) on our cruise to Alaska. They were both very helpful. Because of Neil we purchased 7 art pieces. My husband and I are so happy. It was definitely the highlight of our trip. We hope that the next cruise we take Neil will be our auctioneer!!!

Thanks again!

Tasha L.

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Thursday, October 1, 2009

It was a wonderful cruise…

Below is a letter to Park West Gallery Director Morris Shapiro. The recent VIP Alaskan cruise was a big hit with the Park West collectors onboard. The Art Auctioneers were great, artists were onboard, and the Park West Gallery Art Collection was well received by all. Please let us know about your experiences with Park West at sea.

Dear Morris & Staff,

Divine Comedy. Purgatory 31. Salvador Dali.We would like to say thank you to you and the staff that welcomed us to the Alaska cruise. You could not have been more cordial. It was a wonderful cruise enhanced by your staff’s direct involvement. We hope you will pass on our appreciation. They were so much a part of making our cruise memorable.

It also was a real education for the differences in a cruise auction and the VIP auctions. We were fascinated to see all the Master works you showed us and hope, in the future, to be in a position to get the Destino or Dali trilogy. As of yet we have not received our Krasnyansky, but we are sure it is on the way.

With the hope that Park West will think of us again in some future endeavor, we remain thankful for this experience. With a special thanks to you, we hope we will see you again soon.

Good thoughts,

Jane & Thom H.

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